Courtyard by Marriott Fort Smith Downtown
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... there is a gangster museum there but we decided to give that a miss. The tourist office told us where the hot spring water came down the cliff and where they had also made one of the old bath houses into a museum. The waterfall was amazing, it is 143degF and that's why they built all the bath houses there, it's a really pretty place, the bath houses really ornate. Then we drive North towards Fort Smith which ...
... a while since they were in business. It's sad to see these mom and pop shops and hotels crumbling down. I guess when interstate 40 went in, folks could travel faster and stopped taking route 66. Small town America gone.
As we neared the Texas border, there were more buttes and mounds flanking the highway...there were a few trees but mostly red, bare earth as we left New Mexico. ...
... the time comes. The Walker's are also very savvy to the same issues, and it is their habit to do the same. So we were able to all board the plane straight away, and found our seats and room for hand luggage.
The flight up to London from Accra was relatively short - about 6 hours - but I was able to sleep very little. Once in Heathrow the three of us had breakfast in a nice airport restaurant, and then went to the frequent flyer lounge ...
... was shuddering, but it felt like an out of balance tire at highway speeds – only it started once we were clear of the ground. But whatever it was smoothed out in just a moment (or fell off, not sure which) and we climbed up to 35,000 feet and headed south.
One of the things I’ve only experienced coming into or out of Ghana is someone behind me complaining about the recline of my seat. It is much easier to rest if the ...
... in the northern part of the country. But the percentage is obviously enough that the government decided to honor the Muslim holiday. The plus for me was that traffic in Accra was far less than normal, making for a much easier trip!
Tomorrow I'll meet with two of the pastors in this area, and be able to do some visits with Benjamin Agyapong in the village of Abrem-Agona before the Sabbath.