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... effectuée en douceur. On a eu la chance de rencontrer Sarah et Cale, un couple d'amis d'Alex venus passer un mois à Accra. On a bien rigolé avec eux, et le temps passé vite quand on rigole. On a aussi rencontré un jeune cousin germain de France, Tom, venu étudier en Sciences Po à l'université d'Accra pour 1 an.
Il y a eu de nombreuses occasions de célébrer, de découvrir des endroits, de rencontrer des gens nouveaux auprès de ...
... summer in london was spent preparing for exams mostly, I kept things casper white just to be safe. dont be cocky with the sun folks! had a tasty fish lunch and a dip in the sea which had a pretty mad undercurrent.
in the evening played footy with some local lads and maintained my 1 goal per match record. and then.
met miss ghana 2013 and asked her for a photo. got pied!!! (she said it was due to her not having makeup though...)
... people here, when driving almost every car, truck or tro has a sticker on the back saying something like God is love, God is king, thank you Jesus, humble thy self etc... 70% of Ghanaians are Christian however the further north into the country you go most people are Muslim so it’s very rare to see but I saw one sticker saying Allah is great.
The whole weekend was a bit of a blur, it was amazing to see how other cultures celebrate Easter. ...
... incredible. There is a maze, two crazy scientist giving blood shots, a scary story teller, and a discusting magic potion to go through. Very well done. Then, if you survive it, you can enter the party. And a party it will be. The ground of the Alamo(that is the name of the place) is really nice. A large pool in the middle, an outdoor bar, and 60 or more crazy costumed people dancing.
I end up behind the bar helping Tom chopping coconuts to make cocktails. ...
... the last stop before crossing the great Atlantic Ocean." We took a wonderful if chilling one hour tour which vividly portrayed the horror of the slave experience. President Obama spoke at this fort a few years ago. You may recall that Michelle wept during the visit. I also visited the Cape Coast Hospital to inspect the radiology department. I wanted to know if it would be suitable to tie this facility into the network that we hope to build. I think ...