Elder & Sister Brown

Elder & Sister Brown

Sunday, 31 August 2014

Photo shoot

Store selling American Groceries
This was one of the first places the Missionaries showed us in Accra. There weren't any Aussie products there. Milo is here in Ghana, and Cadbury chocolate if you know where to look..I did manage to find the same dry shampoo I use at home, made in NSW, that I buy at home at a place called Koala's..how apt.. that was an exciting day...quite ironic as a lot of their stuff is also American.

At the MTC with our cook, Margaret
Margaret was always very friendly and kept food back for us to make sure there was some left after the missionaries ate!! The food was delicious - thank you Margaret and staff. Margaret has worked and lived in London for a period of time.

Our 2 teachers at the MTC, Bro Taki and Bro Boateng
Both of these 2 brothers we got to know pretty well. Thank you so much for helping us. You were great!!

This is Matilda: the sister we delivered the mission call to. She was so excited!...we were glad to share in her excitement.

This is what is found inside the cocoa pod...the beans are fermented for 7 days and then dried. Ghana is the 2nd largest exporter of Cocoa.

A walk through the bush to visit members.

Umbrella and a Cardi - who would've thought...

President Dube's arrival
This is the Missionaries serving from the Koforidua, Ho and Kpong Districts. We had a special conference with President Dube from the Africa West Presidency. All the Elders scrubbed up well!! The meeting was held at Kpong chapel...It took us 2 3/4 hours to get there from Koforidua, but only 1  1/2 hours to get back!! We got a little lost on the way...

Voila! Finished product...


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