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Monday, December 3, 2012

Greetings from Guinee!

Checking in today from the beautiful town of Dubreka in Guinee, not too far from the capital city of Conakry. After many many long hours of traveling we arrived in Guinee last Wednesday in the evening. The next three days were a blur of orientations, vaccinations, humidity, and Francais in Conakry.

On Saturday we had our adoption ceremony. I now live with a family here in Dubreka and have been christened with the Guinean name Fatimata Camara.

Time and light are running short.

Au Revoir.


  1. Congratulations on your arrival and best wishes with your purpose!

    I look forward to your future experiences!


  2. Yay! Way to go. I'm probably butchering the prononciation, but your Guinean name sounds beautiful - how appropriate!