Leaving Aweil – last photos

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My last few days in Aweil felt quite sad – as I did some last chats with ladies in Apada, said formal goodbyes to people in ministries, and tried to take photos around the town for memories.  Oh, and broke down on the bike a few times.

Cic Adid (railway station) old buildings, now patched with WFP sacks as living space, are very beautiful.

Cic Adid (railway station) old buildings, now patched with WFP sacks as living space, are very beautiful.

For perpetuity - my assault course in the morning.  Note: two huge rivers cross this road now, due to massive downpours at the end of August.

For perpetuity – my assault course in the morning. Note: two huge rivers cross this road now, due to massive downpours at the end of August.

Saying goodbye to friends in Apada - including Bakhita, the enthusiastic baby!

Saying goodbye to friends in Apada – including Bakhita, the enthusiastic baby!

Very pretty flowers in Apada - including a lovely hanging pot!

Very pretty flowers in Apada – including a lovely hanging pot!

 

 

 

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