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... all of what we take for granted everyday , but most importantly I've shared some love which is what I intended to do ive enjoyed every single minute of being here and would do it all again in a heart beat ghana is a beautiful country with such lovely people there is no ebola non what so ever and it's a Shame that people have been put off coming here well they are missing out on a hidden gem . I've got the travel bug again and this will not be the last volunteering or blog ...
... Accra was chaos with people weaving in and out of traffic in multiple made up lanes at times. Along the road to Ada once we finally got out of the city, there were small towns and tons of people selling watermelon. Every 25 meters it seemed like there was a new vendor, which seems questionable as to how anyone makes money.
Ada is 20km off the main road on a very bumpy side road. The side roads are all a very red dirt, dust flying everywhere in the vehicle ...
... angry because it is such a long process. This trip is proving to be
quite difficult in one way or another. West Africa is a strange
place, a different world and all I can say is that I prefer my
previous one although it is another learning curve. A couple were
robbed at knifepoint this morning just by the beach entrance, they
lost all their jewellery and camera, although he did give them back
the memory card from the camera.
... have not noticed I tend to do so from the last two very long posts - lol). Attached is a picture of one of our elder in Ghana, Mr. Henry Aikins (next to Mark Mickelson on the right side of the photo) and two of the Ghanaian brethren, Mr. Steven Sumani (on the left) and Hilarious Hiagbe (on the far right), at our hotel as we discuss various issues affecting the congregation and the work of God in this part of the ...
Hello or Akwaaba! I have been in Ghana for a few days now and I guess it is time for me to start blogging. I am not really one to blog, so this will be an interesting experience for you and me. I'll try to do my best! :)
Ghana has been very interesting so far. It is very different than the United States - even more than I imagined. Arriving the first night was an experience all on its own. We landed at 8:35 p.m. (Ghana time) and then sat ...