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In the four weeks of volunteering and traveling throughout Ghana i still missed whole regions, but were able to enjoy scenery and wildlife as well as history and architecture. Cape Coast was one of my favourite experiences visiting the slave castle and learning about the history of the slave trade . Being a stones throw away from a very large crocodile and having a monkey sit on my shoulder We managed to even go to the beaches on the coast , and surf in the sea watch the fisherman ...
... keyboard but since I have not played for six months I don’t think I could have played anything. Then the man who bought my smoothie turned out to have a grandfather in Melbourne and was nice to talk to but eventually he also wanted my number. I get a bit over this; you can never have a normal conversation with anyone here without them wanting your number, even with the girls. I eventually left with the man’s business card but I will never be using the ...
... 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 ...
... yet when in prison started to wonder, and thus sent his disciples (in Luke 7:18-19) to ask from Jesus if he was the one or they were to expect another one, and was referred to the scriptures by Christ. Jesus referred John to the scriptures to both remind him (John) of what he (John) knew, and also to encourage him to have faith in Him (Christ) even though He (Christ) was NOT going to do what John expected - i.e maybe free him from prison. Christ ended by saying ...
... pizza! :)
Anyway, the whole reason I was writing this blog was because of the sisters. I was afraid to live with the sisters in the convent. I was not really sure what to expect. After being here for almost two weeks, I have learned to love it. They are amazing. They have taught me so much in a week. I love how they check on us to make sure we are comfortable and treat us like family. I think living here would be a ...