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... something I'd not had before and something totally American. So biscuits and gravy it was. So the biscuits are basically a savoury scone and the gravy is kind of like a cheesy white sauce. Not what I would imagine biscuits and gravy to be. Tasted amazing though and the girls said I was having something very southern and a proper Texas breakfast. So good!! Loved breakfast but we had the most annoying screechy women on a table next to us we ...
... River gathering last year. Wrapped up against the chilly windy drizzle in our sweaters and cagoules, the canopy was closed quicker than normal to keep whatever warmth there was inside! 1900ft was as high as we could go to start with, but the visibility under the cloud base was much better than anticipated. For the first 45mins, flying at this lower height did afford more detailed views of what was 'flashing by’ below us – we had a tail wind of 15 kts. To ...
... Just buskers on the street and loads of people just dancing along with them, especially Peter! Eric and Blake were true gents helping me walk the wonky paths in my heels, literal slopes I had to be guided along which was hilarious! Blake helped me all the way back to my car, by which this point me and Carlie had our shoes off walking the cobbles! The night ended with a dance party in the car on the way home and getting in at half 3! Perfect night ...
... br> Our KLM flight to Amsterdam left on time, but we had a stop in Entebbe, Uganda before continuing to the Netherlands. For the short segment, I sat next to a young American camera and sound man, who was on his way to Uganda for a job covering a church outreach event with his director wife. It was his first trip to Africa. He asked me questions about Africa and I asked him questions about DSLR cameras which is what he used to shoot his video. I was curious to be ...
... one simply doesn’t have to consider in the west. I’m sure it must be extremely frustrating. He’s bringing in lots of capital and jobs to the area and in return the authorities won’t do their jobs and extort bribes to allow him to keep his business going. So goes the world.
The same driver how drove us (ever so slowly) to Elmina, arrived to drive us back to Accra. It was about 12:30 when we left, so we stopped almost immediately at the ...