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It took us 31/2 hours to travel the 90 miles from Accra to Cape Coast this morning. The scene was typically African, with people trying to sell everything from water to hazard triangles as they wandered between stationery traffic. Almost every shop and vehicle has a message to the glory of God or ...
... and so it is best that we don’t overload anyone with information.
It is interesting the way the language difference plays out when we go down to eat. With no direction the Ghanaians all sit together, leaving us Americans with our own table. The reason is they are much more comfortable speaking in their native Twi, and it seems to be relaxing and a break from having to struggle and work so hard to listen to and then speak ...
... a local issue, so
they came up to my room after dinner and we talked until nearly 10:00 pm. After posting this travel blog it is going to
be time for me to shut down and head for bed.
All the pastors will be in by morning, and we intend to begin our
meetings at 9:00 am. I have assured them
I want to start at 9 Obrunie time, not Ghana time! They all laughed, but understand, and they
should all be ready on time in the morning.
... needed the room at 12:00. After checking out at noon and putting my luggage in storage, I had a quick bite of lunch.
The shuttle bus was supposed to leave at 1:30, but I had seen when Daniel left it was half an hour late. The one shuttle bus serves four hotels and the Ibis is at the bottom of the food chain, so to speak. My flight was at 3:20 on Emirates and they have a reputation for being on time, so after calculating times and a safety margin, ...
... is very different from the Elmina castle because of it. It is not as intense and emotional.
Yet, the visit is necessary if you come to Ghana. Mario and Irene are really happy with it, despite the heat. At the end of the tour, we go shop t the market installed inside the castle and then, we go back to the car. I am happy to see that it is still here and after paying a few cedis to the «parking attendant», it is time to go test the water at Sisimbo!