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The hitherto very Africa roads, where small boys toiled in the sun to hastily fill pot holes for the small bank notes that drivers through out the windows for them, suddenly changed. Now, we were on 3,4, 5 lane superhighways covered with new and functioning-looking motorway lighting.
Somehow, we had left West Africa behind and were approaching a modern, Dubai, or Imman style super city. A city built and designed ...
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... going to catch some sleep for a mid-afternoon train to London. Not so good if said person still has to write a PowerPoint presentation on Social Responsibility, print out and complete a proxy voters form on a faulty printer (Lib Dems anyone?), and naturally, pack. By 7am. All said and done though, I was almost ready to leave when my ever gracious dad got up to drive me to the station. After throwing together a packed lunch (ham, cheese and pineapple chutney, don't you know?), ...
... out the front door of the Cathedral of the Mosque! This seems appropriate in this country of frequent tensions between Christians and Muslims. (It was Ash Wednesday, we realized; but the place was empty, with no sign of any services for the beginning of Lent. We wondered how much it actually even gets used for worship...)
After lunch, we went back to the GH and rested. Another missionary family heading back to the US for medical reasons came in and stayed with ...
... at us and chase the truck for over 1 km...it was a fantastic experience!
When we finally hit tarmac and stopped for lunch in Wawa, when I walked through the market the locals just stood still and literally gasped at seeing a white person in their market. Many of the women had face tattoos/paintings, and wore beautiful coloured cloths - a strong, traditional and muslim tradition was apparent.
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