By Terry Spamer;Gordon Thorburn
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Bryn and I had everyone’s attention as great curiosities; no westerners ever wandered as far as this into the real Ghana. Every time we turned a corner and passed from one trading area to the next, we picked up more and more of an entourage until we had a queue behind us longer than the conga on New Year’s Eve. Our guide was most reluctant to give up his quest but eventually we persuaded him that an ostrich egg didn’t matter all that much in the great scheme of things and what we really would like was to see some raw ivory.
The mother seemed fascinated too and was keeping a close eye on me, to the point were I began to feel uncomfortable. The matter was explained when I drank the last out of my water bottle. She came up to me immediately and, nervously, as if she’d had to screw up her courage to do it, asked if I would be kind and give her my empty water bottle. Her gratitude was embarrassing. A plastic bottle, thrown away by the million in the West, thrown away many times by me, was a valuable household article in the impoverished heartlands of this desperate country.
Bryn 45 ANIMAL SPY whispered something in his ear and both boys disappeared. Reaching the check-in desk we were told we had to clear customs first, so we queued for the nothing-to-declare route only to have our baggage searched very thoroughly. Moving along we had it searched again, and again. ‘We should have paid the first guy,’ said Bryn, as we rejoined the check-in queue, listened to the unintelligible announcements, took it in turns to visit the most disgusting toilets ever seen at an airport and congratulated ourselves on our foresight in allowing so much extra time.
Animal Spy: Animal Welfare Behind Enemy Lines by Terry Spamer;Gordon Thorburn