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... provisions store not far away and everyone helps with the directions. I keep walking and see nothing that could be described as big or holding provisions. So I ask again. Turns out I'm standing right on front of it, a wooden shack about seven by eleven feet, just like every other shack. So in I go and there are three cans of Red Bull, water, three toothbrushes, fifteen small packets of biscuits and ten onions in a bowl and other ...
... the others went to the market),
I looked around the outside of the fort, nothing special, it was just another holding station to ship out the slaves, there wasn’t really much information about it though
After 2 hours it was back on the truck, shopping to be done
We are at another campsite, somewhere near the sea, and we are off to Accra in the morning, a late start for a change 10am
We arrived at another campsite, Big ...
... went and checked the price but it was $1.80 and even though that would be awesome at home considering you can get a good dinner for $0.35 it is expensive. I decided I would not have one but the man waiting for his smoothie and the worker insisted I tried some. He gave me a little bit and it was amazing so I decided I would get it, then the ma waiting for his did the nicest thing and paid for mine even though he did not know that was the reason why I did not want to ...
... of the best things
though with some lovely coloured fishing boats on the water around
the castle. From here we drove a short hop to Cape Coast castle. This
was a purpose built castle for slavery built in 1637. It was built by
the Dutch and then expanded by the Swedes. It changed hands 5 times
in 13 years until 1664 when it was captured by the British. In the
200 years that Britain had it it served as the Colonial capital and
administration building ...
I am so sorry I am just updating the last entry in this blog. Mark and I had the rest of the days till Sabbath after my last entry just visiting with and encouraging the brethren in Accra. The members live some distance from where they hold church service and some spend up to two hours or more commuting from their homes in the outskirts of Accra to the city center where the church meets. Sabbath service holds in a complex where various meeting halls of varied categories ...