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... that sets u on ur way and u know it, much like the pinky of oxford or the purchase of a 70cl vodka in cardiff.
after this prince bought us some meat cooked over the street at his cousins (?) restaurant which was damn good. compliments to the chef for getting the spices bang on. also munched on a chicken foot which i dont do too often.
the evening progressed nicely with a few more gasp inducing shots of whatever that stuff was and some good cold ...
... castle at Accra took over. The
cells here are built to hold 1000 men and 300 women for a period
between 2 to 12 weeks. They then went to a room to see if they were
fit to sail. This room was actually directly underneath the church.
If they were fit they then went through a tunnel to the gate. When
slavery was abolished this tunnel was blocked up and so you only get
a glimpse of the route from one of the guard areas in the roof of the
tunnel. Once again ...
I am so sorry I am just updating the last entry in this blog. Mark and I had the rest of the days till Sabbath after my last entry just visiting with and encouraging the brethren in Accra. The members live some distance from where they hold church service and some spend up to two hours or more commuting from their homes in the outskirts of Accra to the city center where the church meets. Sabbath service holds in a complex where various meeting halls of varied categories ...
... of the airport.
I will stay the night at Kokomlemle Guest House in Accra, a basic but comfortable hostel, which provides breakfast and means we will be well rested before beginning the journey to Elmina. That will be the real start of the trip, and now that I'm here I can't wait to get started! Fingers crossed it will be less dramatic than today; somehow I sense that's unlikely!
Thanks for visiting, lovely readers :) xx
... a critical step towards real democracy after 40-plus years of iron-fisted rule by the Gnassingbe family (first by Gnassingbe Eyadema, then after his death his son). Our main task was looking for and reporting the location and scale of potential conflict indicators and their capacity to disrupt the process. As of now, results are still slow to come in, although estimates are indicating a majority for the ruling party. However, the opposition may accept the ...