A Wonderful Wedding

Well this weekend we were lucky enough to be invited to the wonderful wedding of Rodney and Mayu Okane. It was a very heart-warming affair, bringing together the people and cultures of Japan, America and Africa (Rodney’s from both Ghana and New York). We wish them many happy years together. Life’s great adventure is much more fun when travelled with someone else… so we wish them a very warm
 
OMEDATO! (Congratulations!)
 
Of course, I was on hand with a camera, so expect some pictures here when they are ready. This unique, colourful and friendly occassion will certainly never be forgotten. Apart from anything else, it was good to be at a wedding with so many good friends there!
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