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... to connect with the boys on a completely different level to me and my mum, even different to the other volunteers as he was the same age as the boys. It was great to see him settling in as I think he was very unsure when he first arrived. We also booked our weekend trip to Volta which worked out at about 220Cedi's each!
That afternoon we decided to go to a pool at a hotel. It was nice to relax and lay by the pool for a little while ...
... up their stuff and scurry as quickly as they can. While we were having breakfast, all of a sudden a suitcase came flying at the store. We both thought it had started raining. Nope, turns out the authorities were coming through to kick all the people off the street. All of the street vendors are squatters and aren't supposed to be there so the authorities will come through once in a while and take the person's stuff they are selling. The vendor will have to go to court and pay to get ...
... three of us were allowed into the lounge to await our flight.
As I prepare to leave Ghana once again, I am well satisfied with this trip. The progress of the ministry and Church in Ghana is quite evident, and extremely encouraging. Mr. Meeker even commented on the level of growth and the increase in spiritual maturity he can see since his last trip here just under two years ago. The credit goes to the Spirit ...
... and we got a tour. It is good that the plastic is not being left to wreck the environment but they are finding another use for it! Solomon took us to SYTO to visit someone and to buy some water. We then went and had lunch, we got fast food. It was so nice to have some food that was western. I had a chicken burger with chips and it tasted a little bit like nandos. It was so yummy Yvette, Solomon and Nat then had icecream Solomon and I had oreo toppings and Yvette and Nat ...
... 10 m diving boards. The campus itself was gorgeous and so well maintained. I found the Earth Sciences department, and the Veterinary department, plus many others. They had a big garden in front and behind their library, called the Balme Library. The campus itself was deserted, but it was a lot of fun just walking around.
It was a lot of fun seeing parts of Accra by foot and being a real tourist for the weekend!