We have limited wifi at the hotel now but wanted to briefly re-connect with the world outside of Africa and give you a glimpse of the last 48 hours. All is great here as we head into Christmas Eve.
The girls, and therefore, I, had a terrible night's sleep Friday night. They slept until about 1AM when I actually fell asleep then stayed up all night giggling and Instagramming (is that a word?!) despite my groaning and occasional snoring. So despite the horrible night's sleep we were excited to get going for the visit to Borges' village. The photo below is our VERY full car of 250 meals and 250 bottles of soda (bottles not cans because they like to keep the bottles to play with.) We literally rode 3.5 hours to the village with large bags of food and gifts on our lap. Traffic was horrible and it was a less than pleasant drive.
These next two photos are us with Borges. His smile and gratitude for keeping my promise to him made the discomfort of the ride there, the thousands of dollars it cost to be there, and the sleepless nights made it all worth it!
We had a great time with the village and have lots more pictures to share.
Also, today we went to a smaller village about an hour from here and had an even better experience. These kids weren't expecting us at all and we were so delighted with their happy response.
More updates as we travel to Lisbon and London in 24 hours then home and get more reliable
Merry Christmas from Ghana!