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... he had to leave to go back to
I had arranged with the hotel for a late check-out of 2:00
pm so we could meet Joel Meeker at the airport and then head down the
coast. Unfortunately, I was a bit
confused since they run on military time, and what I thought was a 2:30 arrival
time was actually 4:30… So we had a
little extra time to kill. Mr. Meeker’s
plane landed on time and we started out ...
... mistake but our problem!
Today is Independence Day, a public
holiday and we are expecting the beach to get very busy. Instead we
had thunder and lightning and torrential rain. We got one inch of
rain in the first 10 minutes which meant we had small logs and shoes
floating past the door but we did get cool. It ended up being wet
most of the day . At its worst we were 6 inches deep in water.
... it was very yummy and spicy. It was cooked perfectly. We met up with Nicole who was back here just for dinner and then also a Ghanian called Jonothan and he was a lovely person. We all chatted for ages and once Nicole left Jonothan stayed with us. We all talked for hours learning about each of our different countries it was so interesting. Everyday i am learning so many new things i love it. After Yvette and I kept yourning we decided to call it a night and that was pretty much my ...
During dinner, the Laugh & Learn Consultant, Mrs E Enujuba, made a farewell speech. Our Tour guides said an emotional farewell. The Mr & Miss Laugh and Learn 2013 contest was not taken lightly. Keenly contested.. I dare say. It was a jury of peers and I have to agree with their choice.
And the winner is........... (Sorry, you will have to ask the children).
The Laugh & Learn 2013 Team
... and children were not brought over as malaria was attacking the men and they wanted to preserve their families and names. This led to the violence against women so commonly fell victim too. Rape was prominent, and some. Who refused would be chained to a cannon ball in the centre of the dungeon in the blazing heat, without food, to make an example of struggling. The governor's balcony ...