Ghana only gave me 10 days permission to enter, so after realizing that Tatale, Ghana, and the path ahead was miserable, I returned to Togo.
I call this a bounce, when you enter a city, country of location and just decide it better to leave, abort the mission. The worst thing a traveler does is tolerate a situation that can be easily remedied by leaving.
Blessing in disguise, the police station in Kara, Togo gave me a one year visa to Togo for 15,000 CFA.
If you look close, it is the city just across the border from Togo, that is
NOT ON THE MAP.
Maybe the same location as Nakpa...
How about this, living in a city that does not make the map.
I think of Ghana as the country of noisy churches, one of them places infested with Churches, and where every english speaking missionary goes. More or less a little Nigeria, but Christian.
Hey! A few days ago you called it Tamale and now it's Tatale. Is there a problem with consonants in Africa?
Tamale is a different city than Tatale, and Tamale is on the map, and for sure I am dyslexic, and this type of error is normal for me. However, here I am correct, but it is also possible they spell Tatale as Tatali. Everything here is lost in translation, the local language in Tatale appeared to be Kabye, with has little do do with English Ghana, or French Togo.
Thanks for the clarification.
I wish it was possible to show reality clear... hehehe