BEST WESTERN Premier Accra Airport Hotel
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This morning I woke at 5:30am and was excited for traveling to Accra and Togo but nervous about getting my VISA extended. I ate tom brown and bread for breakfast by my esophagus is still hurting me really bad and I am not sure why because I am taking the medicine. I took the school taxi to work and did changeover, since it is Friday there are not so many children which is nice.
Then I helped Conford we cooked beans, pepper oil and gari. So there was not too ...
... a real treat, a local group will be
performing on the stage.
What a treat it
was, the music was absolutely blaring, the singing was monotonous and
out of tune and it went on until just gone 2 am. At that time music
was still going on next door and so there was little sleep last
Today we set of
on the moped to the Angolan Embassy. We got there alright ...
... for my regularly scheduled flight, and should be back home by tomorrow (Thursday) evening, to be with my family and sleep in my own bed!
Thank you to all who have prayed about the safety and success of this trip. I believe it has been profitable, and I hope and pray the brethren and the Church in Ghana will benefit from what we have been able to accomplish.
Until next trip...
... What is astonishing is that it never stopped sounding since I arrived. It would get louder or faster but it never stopped... I'm not sure whether it's because they have a Saturday night fever as well or it's just the perk of living in a Township. Around 4 am I thought the DJ was drunk because he didn't seem to hit the right notes and get together with the beat when I realized that it's actually a guy singing prayers ...
... Plus on the way to dinner I discovered a gorgeous pool-result. I relaxed in the bath tub and felt thoroughly clean for the first time in 6 weeks. During this indulgent me-time it started to sink in how much I had seen and done in Ghana. And how easy it had been for me to settle in to Ghanaian life! I took the tro-tro rather than a taxi, I drank from water sachets instead of bottles, I learned Twi and used it to greet people every day in the village. I learned the Ghanaian ...