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... today so reading and stitching to
keep occupied, meanwhile Michael has been on the computer to find a
hotel in Ghana. What a palaver this is.
Visa day! We got the Ivory Coast visa
today so that is very good but when we took the paperwork to the
Ghanain embassy we were told it would not be ready until the 23rd.
Working out what to do next we had a walk along the seafront, it was
not too hot at 25C, quite pleasant in ...
Another Book Lover - a great lover of books (he had such a large library you could barely set a paw in to his kennel), Habana Vieja, the feline as well as the human and a tolerator of the canine like me - well he departed to the land of perpetual dancing and lapping up of fine spirits while we were on this bit of our journey. You can read about his amazing doings and see his wonderful naughty smile here, a Dear Friend.
... the airport so he could go see his daughter from his previous marriage, whom he never gets a chance to see. (Didn't he swear up and down he wasn't married and didn't have any children?! Hmm.....)
I passed out for several hours back in the hotel, and then headed to the airport to catch my 4:30 pm flight. Two hours from Morocco to Portugal, 2 hour layover, then the 4 hour flight to Senegal. Checking out the people who were gathered at my gate to was my first glimpse of ...
... its early morning bribe (the two police agents did go very thoroughly through the car's papers and finally managed to find a little wrongdoing to punish heavily). Police abuse is a shame. Monitoring authorities (if any) and associations have more urgent concerns to address, I guess, as Senegal still displays a shocking poverty in some areas of Dakar. Once at the lake, apart from being in awe in front of the pink waters, the interesting thing to do is to watch what is happening on ...
... actual human bones and our guide is actually a great storyteller.
Our spanish companions are wonderful couples. Very amusing, funny and communicative. They are Lydia and Antonio (from Madrid), Laura and Rafa (from Málaga).
It's time to have a drink and relax a little from the visit at the bar, where we can overlook the crocodiles lurk looking like floating logs in the water.
The visit to the ...