There are some beautiful fan palms around the Accra Temple.
This house was recently renovated to be a church in the district of Afienya.
With the opening of the new missionary training centre just 10 minutes walk from the mission home the intake of new missionaries has become very easy. They walk the distance and we pick up the luggage with the trucks and set it out for them to pick up to their assignments.
Sardines, hering and larger fish are dried, smoked or fried for the Accra market.
The British once ruled here and one of their barracks remain.
Our guide through Jamestown was Humphrey who runs one of the schools and raises funds for the school by giving tours.
This lady was singing and trying to sell sandals.
The fishing fleet is coming in after a week on the water traveling along the coast as far as Nigeria.
We received this picture of my father dressed in his red blazer with RCMP insignia and WW2 medals. I put it on facebook and received a huge positive response.