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... converted into a bar! Even the toilets were the same!! It was soo cool! We spent a couple of hours there and then headed to meet some of the volunteers who were in a bar. We stayed for one drink so that we could say our goodbyes as we had to leave for the airport at 2am in the morning because our flight was at 5am. It was so horrible to say goodbye to everyone, especially people that we had got really close to. A lot of them I knew ...
... I walked past Black Star Arch and Independence Square both built under Nkrumah. Not much else to say about these other than the arches in Independence Square reminded me of McD's Golden Arches. For those of you that are familiar with my travels you know that I love local markets. Today I went to Makola Market, Accra's largest open air market. I spent hours wandering block after block of overcrowded streets where you can buy just about anything your ...
... guy who did the job for the same price). That said, we did react as westerners in a western world, having western expectations.
But we live in Africa, were things are different. If you don't want to be disappointed, you need to adjust to the reality of living here. The notion of time is different. A garage is often an outside parking lot. Never give the money before you are sure. Check your pocket before you jump in the pool...
Hopefully we learn a few things from it.
... to run the shop out of business. Thankfully, there is only so much the allowance of $200 can do.
It is safe to say that shopping has ended for the Laugh and Learn 2013 children. They are all broke! A lesson in budgeting and planning!
Lunch at the Mall consisted of Burgers or Chicken and Chips. Has anyone noticed the absence of vegetables in our Laugh and Learn diet? Unless it can administered intravenously, the ...
... several years now. Nearly all of them live out of the village on
their farms, and they are subsistence farmers – which means they are very poor
and not well educated. Yet they walk
upwards of 6 km (nearly 4 miles) each way every Sabbath regardless of weather
to come to Sabbath services. None of
them are baptized, or even yet asking to be counseled for baptism, but if God
is indeed calling them, and they learn the truths they ...