This is the beautiful flag of Sierra Leone in front of our logo on the stack of the Africa Mercy. We have started our field service for 2011 in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Tonight we had our Advance Team Briefing by our amazing Advance Team on Day One here in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
This afternoon, I was able to join the Captain, Mark T, and Donovan with Tracy our Advance Team Leader to see some of the sites in Freetown – Hospitality Center / Dental Clinic / Eye Screening Site / National Stadium for Surgical Screening / Team House / Berth #1 where the water taxis arrive after crossing the river from the airport. This is going to be a great field service!!
View of the Africa Mercy at Berth #6 at the Queen Elizabeth II Quay in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
View of the sunrise at Freetown, Sierra Leone on our arrival this morning with our two Sierra Leonean crew members – Alice & Sheku.
We are getting closer – we crossed the equator on Thursday morning – looking at arriving in Freetown, Sierra Leone – at the Queen Elizabeth II Quay on Sunday morning.
We continue on our journey towards Sierra Leone in West Africa – teams are there awaiting our arrival. I guess we missed a previously mentioned storm as we did not encounter the 15′ waves – thankfully.
Our location as of noon 17 February as we sail to Freetown, Sierra Leone – we are due to arrive on Sunday the 27th of February. Thank you for your prayers for the journey.
Our beautiful evening departure from Cape Town, South Africa after a 25 hour stop over from our journey from Durban South Africa to Freetown, Sierra Leone. The backdrop is the beautiful Table Mountain.
We are sailing once again !!!! We left Durban, Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa on Thursday. It is good to leave and sail once again. Appreciate your prayers for the journey to Freetown, Sierra Leone, – back in West Africa.