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... have filled an enclosed area with soil to make it in to
dry land and they are starting to build on concrete stilts, although
in general most of the buildings are still wood and the stilts only
last for 20 years. We travelled to the town using a sailing pirogue
and returned using a motorised canoe. There seemed to be as many boat
crashes as there are car crashes on land. Some ...
... trips across *****ia, they hired laborers to manually spread these earth on the road rather than using tractors and have them pressed or compacted. While we were in Cotonou, it rained and the non compacted red earth became soft and became mushy. The "adventure" was when the bus got stuck in the mud as I drove through the mush! The front tires and most of the bus were out when a stone placed in the middle of the mud road snagged the gear box underneath and stopped us before the ...
... Mr. Akinbo will continue the postings to this blog page so that those who are following along can keep updated on the trip to Ghana.
I have greatly enjoyed the opportunity to travel through *****ia and meet many of God's people along the way. The ability to share some of our experiences through this blog is also a blessing for which I am grateful. Thank you for following along and enjoy the rest of the journey.
... t print out the email with it that Kristie sent me and I didn’t write it down. Oh well, I am sure we will find each other. Hope she won’t mind a ride to Ouidah Beach this evening? It’s apparently about an hour’s drive away.
Now I have to tell you a story Ismail, the surgeon, told me….. I had asked him to tell me what he could about Voodoo. He looked a little surprised. He started off ...
... to get back to Cotonou the next day for a bus home so we spent my last evening getting drunk on the beach and swimming in the pool again.
Not much to say about the last day of travelling other than it took 11 hours to get home and I was by myself squashed next to a guy who stunk of poo and wouldn't stop singing the whole way home. I did meet a nice *****ian guy however who helped we crossing the borders for Togo and Ghana!