Crew visits a Ghanaian village


“I felt like we were in a National Geographic video as we were paddling along in the canoes,” said Denisse Chavez (Mexico). Denise and several others from Logos II travelled an hour by car and 20 minutes by canoe to reach a village of about 2,000 people. “It seemed like the kind of place you would want to live,” commented Tiana Durling (USA). After asking the village chief for permission to hold a programme, they canvassed the village inviting people. That’s when Tiana noticed how orderly and neat the village was. “It took the 500 people a little while to warm up to us,” said Denisse, “But once they got used to the new white people in their village, they were very warm.”


By OM International