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... being here and then some how we got on the topic of religion children and marriage . He told me that he married four years ago to a girl from Kenya however it didn't work out so they tried to divorce but she didn't want to I think she wants my money he told me that will never happen he said. ! so he is still married but one day he hopes to be free from her and can start again but he says his trust in women has been destroyed so it doesn't just happen in the UK ...
... Accra was chaos with people weaving in and out of traffic in multiple made up lanes at times. Along the road to Ada once we finally got out of the city, there were small towns and tons of people selling watermelon. Every 25 meters it seemed like there was a new vendor, which seems questionable as to how anyone makes money.
Ada is 20km off the main road on a very bumpy side road. The side roads are all a very red dirt, dust flying everywhere in the vehicle ...
... mistake but our problem!
Today is Independence Day, a public
holiday and we are expecting the beach to get very busy. Instead we
had thunder and lightning and torrential rain. We got one inch of
rain in the first 10 minutes which meant we had small logs and shoes
floating past the door but we did get cool. It ended up being wet
most of the day . At its worst we were 6 inches deep in water.
... two accidents on the way to the convent. When we turned off the main highway, we traveled on a dirt road for 15 minutes. The dirt roads here are unlike anything I have experienced. They are extremely bumpy and narrow. I have never felt so scared and sick in a car in my entire life.
After arriving at the convent it was very comforting to see our new home. It is brand new and we are the first people to live in it. It is very simple inside but ...
Dès le départ du bus, on est frappés par la pauvreté ambiante et le trafic infernal. À chaque fois qu'on s'arrête, une armée de vendeurs de rue circule entre les véhicules, chacun portant sur sa tête une spécialité : nourriture, lunettes, papier toilette, tout est possible. Puis nous arrivons à notre complexe : hauts murs électrifiés, gardien, piscine, il y a 8 appartements, 2 par étage. ...