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... Hannah and Liz again, but this time to the plane restaurant near the airport.
The restaurant was amazing! It was a converted old plane that was turned into a restaurant. All the old seats were in there and the plane theme was kept!
We Ghanain food which was amazing and bought out to us on a trolley, just like being on a real plane. All the waitresses were wearing cabin crew uniform and the front of the plane ...
This week has certainly been a week of ups and downs since two of the children in the orphanage got malaria. Sunday night when we returned from Cape Coast, a nine year old girl Gloria was not her usual happy self. We took her to the hospital and they gave her an IV drip and some antibiotics. The next day I took her back to the hospital to get tests done and unfortunately they came back positive for malaria. It's ...
... was the next youngest on the flight. Secondly, the food was significantly better and finally the man behind me who kept somehow involving himself in most of our conversations. This flight when significantly slower to the point where we actually resorted to colouring as a means of distracting ourselves (hey! You can only watch so many movies, TV shows and music videos before that becomes uneventful)... Anyway let's skip to the exciting bit - our arrival in Ghana! From ...
... have voted against it. If it is any consolation, one adorable child asked for 'eba'.
Evening saw the group checking into Golden Tulip, Accra. After dinner and many phone calls to parents, The children decided to retire.
We celebrated a birthday as well.
MANY HAPPY RETURNS OLAYINKA UTHMAN!
Tomorrow, we will visit Boti Falls. Another one of natures mysteries.
... us to her friend Judy, who reminded me of my own good friend by the same name. Both are funny, loud, very social, and love a good laugh. Since both Abigail and Judy studied political science, we started talking Ghanaian politics. The situation in Ghana is currently dominated by the supreme court hearings regarding allegations of voting fraud by the winning party. Abigail and Judy seemed to think that the process was a good exercise ...