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The language barrier didn’t stop us from having a right laugh around the dinner table each night. Make-shift sign language is really underrated.
Yesterday was our final visit to a community here in Sierra Leone which was our final time to be able to see the work CAFOD does directly here.
This morning, in Mass was our second attendance at the Cathedral, followed by our first attendance at Immaculate Conception which is where the youth organisation met.
After class, this beautiful little girl came over with her mother; her father is the oldest man in the village who we interviewed yesterday.
One of the things I’ve loved most about being in Sierra Leone is seeing the food that we eat being grown for example bananas, coconuts, cocoa, mangoes, oranges the list goes on…
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