Han's Cottage Botel
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... rotating back home to the US, UK, Germany, etc. And as more drinks were consumed over the next hour or so, some of the conversations became a quite a bit louder.
After a few minutes I noticed a fellow across the room just openly staring at the girls. My “dad instincts” kicked in and I started staring right back at him. When he finally noticed and glanced at me I subtly shook my head “no” with what I intended to be a stern ...
... and they had to call three times to finish our conversation. But it is wonderful to hear their voices! I text with my wife every day, and we’ve spoken at least briefly every day, and it is always a highlight of my day! Now off to bed and ready for the last full day of camp.
Before ending my blog for today, I should add that a considerably less exciting element of life in Ghana reared its ugly head today as well. I received word this afternoon that one of ...
... 8217;ll come back here for two nights before we travel back to Accra to catch our plane home.
I wanted to take the girls to the Coconut Grove hotel for dinner. I don’t care to stay at that hotel, but they typically have a very good restaurant. You can sit out on tables literally just a few feet from the sand and ocean. It is one of the most beautiful places I know to have a meal and watch the sun go down – and ...
... startled to realize the family was up and I was just passing by them. They were practically motionless and I just couldn’t see them in the dark. The second JoJo smiled, I could see his teeth and eyes floating in the air but black people are quite hard to see in the dark and even a little scary. I noticed especially last night when I was at dinner and little Susie sat with me in the dark and, since she’s so quiet, I thought she had snuck away and then ...
... expand or were to let it expand in other natural ways, it would save a lot of pain and trauma. Especially since I haven’t seen 2 people birthing at once, it appears as if they have the time to do so but chose not to because Africans have this idea of having quick births.
Something interesting I learned today is about their capabilities in telling whether or not the baby is a boy or girl ...