Ruby’s African adventure continues

//Ruby’s African adventure continues

You would not expect a blogger to accept the old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words, but I have to admit that these photographs certainly give more of a flavour of Saga Ruby’s African adventures.
Following last week’s call at Freetown, Sierra Leone (above), the ship was at Takoradi, the fourth largest city in Ghana, on Sunday (below).
While his passengers went off on an excursion, Captain Philip Rentell paid a quick visit to the town’s market, which he says looks like it has not changed in a hundred years.
“Women of all ages were sat by small tables selling all nature of local food; black oily-looking smoked fish, tiny crabs still alive, pigs trotters, raw chopped root vegetables, plantains, tomatoes, chillies laid out to dry and many different kind of fruit,

By | 2017-06-15T16:00:49+00:00 20 January 2009|Cruise Destinations|0 Comments

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