Monthly Archives: August 2008

Sinoe, River Cess, and Grand Bassa counties

A couple weeks ago I toured three counties with Georgia Tech’s MObile Story Exchange System (MOSES). I was accompanied by my colleague Dickson Fully, IT Manager at the TRC. We went to Sinoe, River Cess, and Grand Bassa counties. Obviously … Continue reading

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Shark’s Ice Cream

In my humble opinion, Shark’s is the best ice cream in all of Monrovia, and thus all of Liberia, hands down. As soon as it hits your lips you’ll instantly recognize the distinct taste and texture of real cream. No … Continue reading

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Mr. and Mrs. Smith’s Shop

A while ago I wrote about Mr. Smith. He’s a blind double amputee that I’ve befriended while being here. He’s been my favorite amputee because of his cheerfulness and gratitude. In July he asked me to give him some money … Continue reading

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Lunch Break Surfing

I just got back in the office from a wonderful, and slightly long, lunch break. Today was an absolutely gorgeous day, sunny,  warm(not hot), and a very light breeze. So light in fact, that it made for very glassy waves. … Continue reading

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New Springs

This past week No Lemon received the new heavy duty springs for GATECH-1. Before the rear springs were pretty much shot, causing the car to bottom out all the time. The new springs have lifted the back by a good … Continue reading

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Steph and David in town

Once again I’ve managed to go a month with out any updates. When I started out I thought this would be easier than it is. The hard part is getting the photos up here, and we all know photos make … Continue reading

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Shirley’s Restaurant

Shirley’s Restaurant serves local food but with more refinement than you’ll find at most local dining establishments. Located on 10th Street, beach side in Sinkor, Shirley serves cabbage salad, potato salad, and my favorite, fried rice, in addition to local … Continue reading

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