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... hotel had allowed me a late check-out, which was nice. Since I’ll have 24 hours on planes and in airports, being able to take a quick shower just before leaving will help. Plus, my walk over to the art market left me soaking wet, having sweated through everything. Without a shower I’m afraid I might have become a bit more “aromatic” by the time I reached home. You don’t want your wife to turn away from that first hug because of how ...
... 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 ...
... the time comes. The Walker's are also very savvy to the same issues, and it is their habit to do the same. So we were able to all board the plane straight away, and found our seats and room for hand luggage.
The flight up to London from Accra was relatively short - about 6 hours - but I was able to sleep very little. Once in Heathrow the three of us had breakfast in a nice airport restaurant, and then went to the frequent flyer lounge ...
... was shuddering, but it felt like an out of balance tire at highway speeds – only it started once we were clear of the ground. But whatever it was smoothed out in just a moment (or fell off, not sure which) and we climbed up to 35,000 feet and headed south.
One of the things I’ve only experienced coming into or out of Ghana is someone behind me complaining about the recline of my seat. It is much easier to rest if the ...
... and a careful driver (not always the norm in Ghana...). As usual, he was at the airport waiting for me, and we headed down the coast to Elmina.
I wondered why we were able to get through Accra so quickly, and Mr. Sackey explained that today is a national holiday in honor of a Muslim holiday, Eid al-Fidr, marking the end of the month of Ramadan. Ghana is 15 - 20% Muslim, but most of the Muslim ...