Novotel Accra City Centre
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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 ...
... called Club, at a hotel bar is about $2.50 and at the grocery store it's less than $1. The local currency is the Ghanaian Cedi which is about 3:1 of the US dollar. This was 2:1 only 5 months ago, which really affects the local economy.We have been fortunate enough to stay with Jason and his family. Their house is about an hour in traffic from the airport which seems to be typical anywhere we go. There is a lot of traffic everywhere in the city as well as ...
... br> Mike went back to the Angolan Embassy
to hand in the passports only to find it was closed as it is a
National holiday in Angola. A wasted 3 hour round trip.
Mike tried again at the Embassy only to
be told that the Embassy had made an error and had not taken a copy
of the Ghana visa. Once they had this they then told him to come back
next Wednesday, the only trouble was that the Ghana Visa run out on
... string out for 5 minutes. Being desperate, I started to explain the issues for water regarding agriculture, with quite a detailed description of nutrient issues, and was amazed at the level of interest and basic knowledge. Nitrogen and Phosphorus were familiar chemistry terminology, and flow charts were understood easily.
After this I decided to have a typing speed test, and split the class up into yeargroups. The fastest person was nominated from each yeargroup, with ...
... through safely. It is disheartening to learn that this is happening in Ghana, but such things are certainly now new in the world, and especially this part of the world. We have one Church family living in the city of Tamale, but no one who lives on up in the northern parts of Ghana at this point. Because of the heavy Muslim influence, the Church never has had any members in that area in this modern age of the Church.