Off to Africa

3 Comments

  1. Simon opala | May 2, 2014 at 1:24 am
     

    Thanks for Updates. Welcome to Kenya Nakuru. We love you and are praying for you. Safe travel trust to meet Monday. I am expectant from heaven to hear fresh word and be equiped. Welcom Ken. Steve
    Bryan. Karibu Kenya. Tuna waombea safari njema twawangojea sana

    • Arch | September 14, 2015 at 8:41 am
       

      I just got back from East Africa last week and the easiest way I have found after mulitple trips to the area is to buy an international phone when you get over there. You can get a really cheap Nokia for like 10 dollars. An international Celtel SIM card is only a dollar then you can just buy minutes that you load on the phone for pretty cheap. Also you can give the phone number that will come with the SIM card to people you will want to talk to then you don’t pay for the call, they do when they call you. Can’t say I’ve seen any calling cards that don’t load minutes on a phone before. Calling collect from a payphone always works too.

  2. Nurzeni | December 2, 2015 at 1:15 pm
     

    The same reason Americans think of England and Britain as ibearchangtnle.Africa has the most countries (64)Most languages, ethnicities, religions, etc, but still get grouped together as Africa.My Stupid American History Teacher skipped Africa all together.I went to Cameroon and LOVED it!Someday we will wake up and smell the Baobabs and Elephants

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