Han's Cottage Botel
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... then. We then had to bribe the police after changing the tyre and they eventually let us go. The spare tyre that we had was a space saver so we needed to make sure that we get a new one as soon as possible as the roads were not the best.
We finally arrived at Hans Botel where we were going to have breakfast and where the Real Gap Ghana Experience stay- was nice to see it for myself. Our driver didn't want to get a new tyre but risk ...
... break. Afterward, when we were all standing around, a new boy had come up to me, Bright, he is probably 6 or 7, and as do all of the children, he motioned to have me pick him up. I did so and he immediatly rested his head on my shoulder. He stayed like that for almost an hour, just cuddling while I held him. One of the other volunteers asked if he was tired and he said no. For some of these children an embrace is such a new and rare thing. The impact one hug can give on child is ...
... br> Today I went to Kakum National Park, about an hour north of Cape Coast to do the canopy walk above the rainforest. Of course I could've taken a taxi for about $20, but you know I like taking public transport. I went to the proper trotro station and waited about 45 minutes for the trotro to fill up. The trip there cost $1.25. On the way back, a wealthy Ghanian couple that I met at the park gave me a ride back to Cape Coast on their way back to Accra in an ...
... and came to negotiate a fare.
Almost no sooner were we in the taxi than two uniforms showed up and began berating the driver. They wanted a “dash” as they call bribe money here, and they got it. The driver explained as we drove away that he wasn’t supposed to pick up fares where we were, there was a taxi loading zone farther along. But he decided (he didn’t tell us this) that the possibility of a ...
... Just as it is in America, it is important for the brethren in Ghana to have an understanding of the scope of the Work, and what God is doing in other parts of the world. It was also instructive to them to realize how many people are being served over such a large geographic region with so few ministers! And then all the translation work that is being done by primarily just two people.
After Mr. Walker spoke, ...