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... br> and asked them to call a policeman as they were stealing his
paperwork. It did work in the end as the senior policeman arrived and
was shown the vehicle and advised about the paperwork and he then
told us to return back to the start of the road and find a different
road after returning our paperwork. We are now parked up by the beach
on the Route of the Fish a long sand road.
... but Paul Moody took some pictures of the stuck bus before walking home with Mark Mickelson (it was just in my street less than 7 mins walk home) to get ready for departure to the airport, and these are attached below.
We took Paul to the airport, exchanged hugs and bade him farewell and safe journey home. Sunday is going to be spent catching up on some emails and other stuff ahead of our trip to Ghana and the next update will likely be from Ghana. Have a pleasant and blessed ...
One more short hop tonight.....from Lome to Benin.
Not much to report, very short flight, weather did not play the game, and the SIM does not appear to represent the city of Cotonou, but interestingly, the airport appears to be in a shallow hole surrounded by sand dunes.
Noticed the landscape is changing as we approach Congo.
Next stop, Lagos, *****ia, the largest city in Africa!
... this evening to see the Door to No Return. Oh and he is single, but the way, if anyone is interested? Just let me know and I can give you some details. That’s the matchmaker in me… I can’t help it! Hopefully I will get a picture with him later that I can post with this entry. Kristie’s mother-in-law is supposed to be meeting me at the airport and I can’t even remember her name! Unfortunately, I ...
... passengers did accept though and got quite an experience, including a "blessing" of sorts.
We headed back towards camp, stopping to have lunch at a lovely restaurant on the way. For less than $10 we had an enormous feed of barracuda and a couple of beers. Tummies full we grabbed a couple of motor bikes back to camp a fairly exciting experience as we went full pelt despite the poor state of the roads. Something like being a passenger on the Paris – Dakar rally I ...