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Travel Blogs from Accra
... sat outside while I ate the rest of Joanne’s indome that she could not finish. We were both very tired so we went inside our room and chatted a lot with the US girl. The girl from Canada from the Aboakyer Festival arrived in our room and was stressing out because she felt very busy. She was calling lots of doctors and then organized a car to take her to a hospital. I am pretty sure she would be fine but it was a little funny the fuss she made and we tried to ...
... to see and hear them.
owners Of Big Milly's have run it for 20 years. There is a
restaurant, bar and a few stalls selling everything and anything.
Just outside is a small beach where the locals make their living by
fishing. We have day and night security, although they sleep a lot of
the time. We expect to be here about a week trying for another visa.
Unfortunately our ...
Today I've spent the entire day here at the hotel. With access to the internet I've been able to go through the many emails that built up while I was "off the net". It has taken most of the day. By 3 pm I had to vacate my room or pay a half-day rate to stay there. I wasn't willing to spend the extra money, so I've spent nearly four hours just hanging out and working as best I can here in the lobby. If I go to the airport too far in advance, they ...
... offered 2 bottle of wine as a welcome gift. Finally the beds are firm and clean. We are happy. We rush to the pool. In the evening, we are invited to a restaurant, Afrikiko, with all the new teachers. Titi is not a happy customer that evening but we manage to still have some fun and make contacts with our colleagues. Still, we are exhausted and early enough (even though it feels late since the night falls at 6:30 pm), we are driven back home. Wow... Is it really happening ...
... obfuscate inventories, making forecasting needs more of a guessing game than it should be. And that is even if there is capacity for such forecasts to be made. And of course, poor infrastructure (potholed roads, overcrowded ports, and uncertain power cuts) can frustrate timely delivery of products defeating any efforts, regardless.
All of this trouble is to be expected with health ...