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... they opened the patient up… there was a HAND inside of his abdomen! He said it was like an amputated hand that had healed over like a stump at the wrist, but it was alive and unconnected to anything. He said it was in the man’s abdomen grabbing and squeezing on his intestines and causing him all the terrible pain. Now Ismail has studied surgery in France for 2 years folks… he came across as a VERY sane ...
... Museum. A young man showed us around for about 30 minutes, then I spent another 30 minutes going back through the galleries at my own pace. The story begins with an explanation of the West African triangular slave trade – Europeans shipped slaves from Africa to the Americas, raw materials from the New World to Europe, and then finished products back to Africa, which they would trade with African tribal chiefs for human beings to send into slavery across the ...
... backpack and the dollars, then back downstairs at 11:36. It would take 29 minutes before I would actually depart, as another soap opera began. I changed the money, but then as I walked outside with the driver to the car, he vanishes back into a side area of the hotel. I stand there for five minutes or so thinking maybe the driver just went to pee, but then there’s no sight of him. I go back into the lobby, where the driver is in a discussion with Barry (front-desk ...
... its square under fantastic red blossomed trees and the numerous rusted corrugated roofs over old verandahed buildings were just visible in the dawn light.
We have seen many a crumbling colonial town in West Africa. Some like Bafata, in Guinea Bissau, are fascinating abandoned ghost towns devoid of electricity, shuttered and empty except maybe a single bar or general store, striving on, wrapping candles in paper like nothing has ...
... getting felt up when i get home. wtf.
4. Religious Fanatics. Ok its kinda cool that there is a very strong faith running through Ghana. for people who dont have very much, religion brings hope and faith. However the extreme ways of some people here just make me angry. Deadset, the term "brainwashed"comes to mind. On my walk yesterday, met 2 guys on the street. it was a dead end so i was turning around but we had a bit of a chat. they were like "how do you ...
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- Room service
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