Villa Victoria Guesthouse
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... americans, I was horribly out of my depth in the dance department as well.
My saving graces, to begin with, were kofi and alberta, the 2 ghanaian medical students who had come with us and who hadn't been out on the scene in a while; I very much appreciated their companionship on my first few awkward dancefloor laps. However by the 4th circuit they had rediscovered their rhythm and I was left, nervous Norris, surrounded by people ...
... tasted quite weird and my stomach did not like it so much. She also gave us some mango which was really nice. After breakfast I really wanted to sleep so I went to my room and got into my bikini, I also called Vivian to let her know I will be staying in Accra till Tuesday. Melissa, Cloudia and I went for a swim and it was so nice, then we all laid on the beach chatting for a while. I was a little afraid that someone else would want our room for the evening and we would ...
... he who is not offended in Me. In Christ's response to John's disciples, He quoted Isaiah 61:1 and left out the only part that John likely was hoping Christ would do for him - liberty to the captives and opening of the doors of prison to those who are bound. Mark Mickelson's sermon was titled "Traditions of Men". He encouraged the brethren to be careful to not add to the laws of God, rules and regulations or men, and enforce or teach that as part of our religious worship. ...
Well this weekend was a lot of fun and also very exhausting. The vigil on Friday ended with an hour of dancing and singing in the chapel. Afterwards everyone went to bed super early to get plenty of sleep for the big day.
I woke up to find out that throughout the night and early morning tons of people arrived in the compound. During breakfast we had to eat fast so we could give up our seats to the families coming in. After breakfast everyone went back into their ...
... to Cape Town tomorrow will be very different from what I have lived in these past six weeks. Although they are more developed I know segregation is more prevalent there.
I will be back home July 30 if anyone would like to hear more about my trips. I am not sure if I will have internet while in South Africa but thank you for following my posts these past 6 weeks! If you have comments please leave them and I will see you all soon!
Bye Ghana until next ...