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... departing for the day, we took advantage of the opportunity for a group photograph which is attached.
In the afternoon, we drove out of town for a personal visit with Mr. Leely and his family. We were able to sit in his home and discuss matters related to family, church and God.
All in all, it was a very good day.
More pictures below.
... t been feeling too well for the past few days anything for 3 days and Joe has arranged for me to see the local doctor (everything I have on the truck I have bought up)
I feel really rough, everything is a effort and I feel so lethargic, Martha is coming with me as I don’t trust myself (I feel as if I might keel over and any moment)
I slept the clock round when we first arrived
We set off for the doctor, when we arrived it was very clean ...
After 26 total hours of travel, I made it to Ghana!!! My connecting flight to London put me with two
small children in the row in front of me and two small children in the row behind me, so it unfortunately did not involve much sleep. I had a seven hour layover in Heathrow in which I had a hearty English breakfast complete with baked beans and roasted tomatoes. The rest of my time in Heathrow mostly consisted of me napping on and off on a bench ...
... women and we
could also see the walk to the Gate of no return. Upstairs, covering
almost a third of the area was the governors residence and around the
edges the other accommodation for the Europeans. The castle is
nowadays a world heritage sight, as is the adjoing castle built about
a kilometre away at the top of a hill to provide protection for the
castle. The climb up there was too steep for us so we just looked
from the ramparts up at it. The views ...
... from my home congregation and immediate family. I was happy to be able to visit with and encourage the brethren in *****ia, Cotonou and Accra but glad indeed to be heading home finally for some weeks at home and fellowship time at church with my immediate and spiritual family in Lagos. Mark and I both arrived home safely and I thank Paul for the opportunity to contribute to this blog. Apology for the longer posts and long write ups, and thanks for those who endured reading this. ...