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... you put the effort and time in you will get so much out of them. I learned that one of the boys was really interested in Geography so I got a map out on my phone and I showed him where I live in England. He was so interested and was moving the map about investigating other places and asking questions. Another one of the boys wanted to know everything about me- he was asking lots of different questions and was so interested to learn about my ...
... enough to not get in trouble. After about 15 minutes, Dorothy told them to take their stuff from her store front and they'd load it on their head and go off. A couple hours later everyone resets up in the middle of the street.
Later that morning, a driver took us to Nima, one of the most densely populated and impoverished areas of Accra, where we were doing a tour of the area with a local guide. It was a dramatic change from the areas that we've seen so far. I imagined ...
... I noticed my phone (which has the alarm) wasn’t
reading the same time as everything else in the room. Apparently when we landed in London the phone
automatically adjusted to the local time, but it didn’t do the same when we
landed in Accra. The one hour time
change meant I actually had another hour to sleep! It was with great pleasure that I rolled over
and went back to sleep!
After breakfast we went ...
... Before we left the fastfood shops Lewis realized he had to go to the 37 Military Hospital where he had arranged to pick up some malaria prevention tablets since he brought none with him. So the Norway girl joined us on the tour instead and Lewis took a taxi to the 37 Military Hospital. The tour of Accra started after we had lunch. First we went to the independence square. This place holds 30,000 people in seats but more on the ground. on the 6th of March they ...
... it was still raining and we found out that the whole city was experiencing a power fail since three days (so we were lucky we even had power from time to time in Koforidua). But what to do when all the power is off, it's raining outside, and the room is too hot, stuffy and smells like fish (we had the pleasure of enjoying fish stew for dinner)? All you need is a bucket, a soap, your dirty clothes and the spirits up high in order to do laundry in the pouring ...