Kevin in Liberia

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Monday, March 13, 2006

My First Stab at Liberian Public Transportation
Posted by Kev-o-rama


  • At 10:50 PM, Blogger Preston Lancashire said…

    Hi Kevin,
    two pictures, same good-looking girl and you! I wonder if she's the marrying kind?

    I've read about the garbage before so I wasn't so shocked, there's a guy who blogs about Liberia who professes to be a garbage collector!

    Can you imagine what revenues could be made by the locals if tourism (surfing maybe) was made a priority.

    I love the school idea, Western Union seems to be a good idea, but the fees are high for a small amount, give me some idea! There's a scheme over here where you can sponsor the school dinners for a class or a school (so at least they get one meal) but it's for other countries. What kind of money would get what over there.

    What would be best, can the lady contact me direct, I don't mind, don't beat around the bush - I can only say no!

    Best Regards


    PS Have you found anyone suitable for your job yet? It may be an idea to send it via your successor, only a thought.

  • At 12:00 PM, Blogger Gareth Evans said…

    First time on public transport?!?

    Wow! After I got my car I missed travelling in a sweaty car with 4 people in the back, or having someone sit on my knee in the front!

    Really I did miss it because you could have some great conversations with people.

    Has the Range Rover died now then?!?!

  • At 10:09 PM, Blogger eThib said…

    There's very few things funnier than when a taxi breaks down and all the passengers get out and push. That's what I'll miss most about Liberia.


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