Coconut Grove Bridge House
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... the national park to walk the canopy however when we arrived two coach loads of tourist were in front and with the queue and standing in the sun which was so hot we decided to move on and head to the slave castle on the other side of Cape Coast . We paid 20 credi £4 to enter and was shown around by our tour guide Salam he's English and knowledge was fantastic I really feel I have learnt a lot ...
... the Tro-Tro ride wasn't as interesting. I've got used to Tro-Tros now to the point that nothing that happens on them could surprise me anymore. They had to tie the door shut with rope when they overloaded it with stuff, but that's normal. Today I floated around the different groups of volunteers, not sure what to do. Becca and Trayn went to Kakum, while the ...
... for the fruit they bring with the breakfast every day. The waiter or waitress will collect those plastic covers once you begin eating. For breakfast we all four had the fruit, and the Walker's both had tea as well.
Mr. Walker likes to eat his eggs and save the fruit for his breakfast "dessert". The waitress was asking if he wanted to have the plastic cover put back over the fruit (keeps out any flies), but he didn’t ...
... 8217; s” that will make transfers go much more smoothly. So much of it is wrapped up in respect for both the incoming and outgoing pastor in each area. If the pastors and congregations will all take this approach it eliminates many problems. Unfortunately, over the years I’ve seen mistakes made all the way around during times of transfer, and it can be very hurtful.
We also had a good discussion about the men who have served with the title of ...
... 8217;ve been coming here in 1998 or so. Others have transferred several times.
Tom went through the plans and worked out various details to everyone’s (mostly) satisfaction. Being transferred is not fun. It’s a lot of work and upset and expense, but experience has shown it allows pastors to better serve their congregations, so we do it in spite of the challenges causes.
After a coffee break, during ...