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Left after a good night and drove the
20 kilometres to the border. The border out went very easily, the
customs man told us he had seen our vehicle parked in the village and
hoped we had had a good time. The immigration just stamped the
passports and that was it. We then drove into Ghana. The first stop
was with the police who were all interested in the trip. That ...
Today was a bit of a mix of a day. We drove to the Nazinga Ranch where we wanted to do a safari. We had at the main gate and tell them what we wanted so that they could make out a bill that we would pay at the reception about 35 kilometres away. The road to the reception was very rough, taking about 2.5 hours and then they told us we would have to take a room and could ...
... Accra le lendemain.
On va d'hôtel en hôtel mais c'est trop cher pour ce qu'on reçoit et après le 4e essai infructueux, on abandonne et on decide de retourner à Nsung Nah, qui a le mérite d'être pas cher et sympatique. En plus, je dois récupérer mon chargeur.
On mange au resto et comme toujours, ça prend du temps. Il est même près 4 heures quand on quitte le resto. On demande à Osman une idée de visite ici a Tamale et il nous suggère le centre culturel où le ...
... et se rendent à Tamale. On prend quelques photos moyennant quelques billet, une transaction fréquente ici... On arrive à Bolgatanga juste avant midi. Notre chambre est nettement supérieure à ce qu'on a eu la veille. On pose les valises, on casse la croûte, puis on continue jusqu'à Paga, situé juste au sud de la frontière du Burkina Faso. Le plan est de visiter les crocodiles sacrés, le site de l'ancien camp d'esclaves puis de passer la frontière du Burkina avant de ...
... because the amount of drink bought wasn't enough for everyone, and Nii tried to start it off with dancing in a house with no speakers and when nobody had drunk a thing. With a fair few shy people in the group, including Claire, the party never got going, but things got better later once everyone gave up on the dancing.
The next morning we headed off to the main attraction of Paga - a massive pond full of crocodiles. The animals are sacred to the local people, so they have ...