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... so I accepted his price. It is normally a 10 – 15 minute drive, but at 5 pm I could expect a little longer. But I never expected what I got…
Perhaps I should have bailed from his taxi when he spent several minutes asking other drivers how to get to my hotel, but my stuff was already in, and I didn’t want to seem rude. We set off down into Accra, and in short order I was lost. He didn’t go the way we normally go, and we went into an area I ...
... to know the average cost of things or else they'll rip you off. It's worse because I'm American, but even a Ghanaian who doesn't know the cost of a taxi from here to the mall will be taken advantage of. That's one plus of metered taxis in Philly. Yes, they're expensive, but they can't overcharge you. Ok so that's all for this post! Next one will be about my last week at the orphanage. Is this how you blog? You're not supposed to talk about too much in one post right??? Lol ...
... 8217;t have to be 'half-cut’ to move their hips.
The americans had long ago written me off as a lost cause; I had tried to get involved in their "groove circle" but only managed to shoulder barge one of them such was my misreading of the riddim of the Ghanaian chart bangers and international hits that were the soundtrack to the night.
If there was murder on the dancefloor that night then the only way I was going down was by ...
... or any body around to know what the story is about it.
We saw an icecream shop and asked how much it was but it was way too expensive so we did not buy it. We spent a few hours walking around although it was not very big, at the end we went to the small stalls and Melissa bought a small bag for her 2 year old family friend. I saw some really nice leather bags that are made in the North and I know its cheaper up there so I will definitely buy some when I go ...
... too went we arrived, Afrikiko. Since there is a few restaurants there, we can decide on the spot what we will eat.
We are surprised to find Afrikiko so quiet. It is new year's eve, but it is not a busy night here. Thursday is the night here. And on New Years Eve's, Ghanians go to church, Expats are mostly travelling and those who don't have private parties. We actually forgot that Dawne, the Athletic director at Lincoln and fellow canadian ...