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... offhand and then another worker came to me to retrieve the pen. I then approached the line and before even being allowed to wait in the long lonely line I was asked for my yellow fever vaccination card. Either to my luck, or because it isn't as big of deal as it was made out to be, the woman got distracted and didn't check the date to realize I had only had the yellow fever vaccination for 7 days even though you are supposed to ...
... had seen was 40 Cedis (about $13) and these guys started at 100. Greg ended up with a cool end table for the same price instead, really throwing them off as they thought he would get a stool.
At Jason's house there are 2 boys that work full time around the house. They take care of the yard, do the laundry (even did ours!), open and close the gates when people go in and out and run errands. One day when the electricity was out, one of the boys went to get us cold beer! The ...
... was the next youngest on the flight. Secondly, the food was significantly better and finally the man behind me who kept somehow involving himself in most of our conversations. This flight when significantly slower to the point where we actually resorted to colouring as a means of distracting ourselves (hey! You can only watch so many movies, TV shows and music videos before that becomes uneventful)... Anyway let's skip to the exciting bit - our arrival in Ghana! From ...
... the hotel at 8 in the morning to
drive me up to Ejura. I have several
other transportation options, including an offer of a member in Kumasi to let
me use his personal car as he’s done before.
But I feel it is important for Mr. Sackey to take me up so he knows the
area, since this is the same location we'll use for the Feast this year. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Servidio are coming to Ghana
in my place, and I intend to arrange to have ...
... out the windows was dirt roads, and many incomplete buildings. When we exited the plane instead of going directly into the airport we exited via a staircase outdoors, and were greeted by an armed guard and a cool breeze. The locals seemed to have a different sense of personal space here. After it all we got a chance to slow down and just take in the environment and begin the cultural immersion.
After leaving the airport we were ...