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... at 1am (my flight wouldn’t be until 5am and it would take an hour anyway)
There seemed to be a rather impromptu party spring up, the music was from my younger days, really old Reggae, it was pretty good, but even though I was supposed to be on guard until my taxi turned up, I fell asleep, Steve jumped and said my taxi had arrived at 1 am
I got to the airport, went through all the checks and put my bag on the belt, surprised it weighed 15Kg
... I checked in and when I saw my room I was very happy because I had forgotten how nice it really was. I was not the only person in my room, I recognized Joanne’s thing on one bed and I met a US girl sleeping on anther bed. I called Joanne and we planned to meet in an hour or so. The US girl talked a lot but was very interesting; I wanted to go do something so I went for a walk. I did not go far and I found a smoothie van, I was so exited to see something like ...
... was the condemned cell where the
prisoners were just left to starve to death. On the battlements could
be seen lots of old canon and cannonballs. Leaving here we had hoped
to stay at a camp just down the road but we could not get under the
entrance arch and so had to drive to Big Milly's camp. Here we had to
wait outside until about 8 pm to get an area to park. Once we had
settled down a local group of drummers and dancers started to
entertain us. It ...
I am so sorry I am just updating the last entry in this blog. Mark and I had the rest of the days till Sabbath after my last entry just visiting with and encouraging the brethren in Accra. The members live some distance from where they hold church service and some spend up to two hours or more commuting from their homes in the outskirts of Accra to the city center where the church meets. Sabbath service holds in a complex where various meeting halls of varied categories ...
... of the airport.
I will stay the night at Kokomlemle Guest House in Accra, a basic but comfortable hostel, which provides breakfast and means we will be well rested before beginning the journey to Elmina. That will be the real start of the trip, and now that I'm here I can't wait to get started! Fingers crossed it will be less dramatic than today; somehow I sense that's unlikely!
Thanks for visiting, lovely readers :) xx