Days Inn - Fort Smith
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... was 3.65. Today when I checked out I paid part of the bill in cedis I had remaining, and the rest in dollars. To figure the price we used the current hotel exchange rate which is now 3.90. That would mean there are places I could probably go today and find a rate of 4.0. That is an incredibly rapid decline, and not good news for confidence in the economy in Ghana.
In the afternoon I was able to get a little more work done before packing up for the trip ...
... Interestingly, though, we kept bumping into Route 66, since it apparently parallels 40 and we've been on so many parts of this, it was humorous. Well, you'd have to be on this trip with us to get the humor.
So, AlStays, in invaluable app for any RVer pointed us to a casino, the Luck Star where we stayed with an electric site, for FREE, the best word in the English language, while the Tufie pulled a few. Had a nice dinner, slept ...
As I 've mentioned before, boarding a flights from Ghana is often done in mass - when the boarding calls begin, it doesn't matter your seat row, flight status or anything else, the crowd just surges forward. Unfortunately, even if you have a seat, should you be at the rear of the pack it is likely there will be no more room in the overhead lockers for your carry-on luggage. So I always try to position myself toward the front of the departure ...
... off. That is all apparently scheduled pretty tightly in an airport this large and busy, and if you miss your take-off time it’s like missing an appointment with the dentist – it might be awhile before you can get in again. But he expected we’d be underway in 5 minutes or so.
Finally, exactly two hours after we were to have left, we taxied out and took off with a rumble and shuddered into the sky. I’m not ...
... fly into and out of this new terminal. It is nice and made for a good transit through New York this time.
The ten hour flight from New York to Accra is long no matter how you slice it. But much of it was at night, and I was able to sleep about as well as I ever have on a plane, so landed tired, but not completely worn out.
My driver, Edward Sackey, is a man I've used numerous times. He ...