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After a very good night’s sleep, I didn’t have to get up
early, so was able to take my time getting around. The phone started ringing at about 9am, and I spent a good bit of the morning on the phone.
I took a taxi on into town to the internet café and was able to connect to send off a blog entry, and collect my email. I responded to one or two, and brought the rest back to work on them and prepare responses when I get to ...
My driver was at the hotel by a few minutes after 7, and I had already paid the tab and checked out of the hotel, so we loaded up and started off for Akim-Oda, my last stop before going back to Accra. We traveled up the coastal highway to the town of Winneba before starting north. The coastal highway has been greatly improved over the years since I first started coming to Ghana. Now it is a relatively smooth and easy drive, so we made good time to ...
Like any good story, there will be an encore and that will be my Japan break, but this is the final entry on Ghana. I'm not one to dwell on the past and the reason I kept this blog is so that I don’t have to recount all the good/bad times, but rather look at all the text I have typed over the past 3 years and know that this has been the adventure of my life to date. There are not many who are given opportunities like I have had – working overseas, 1st time ...
Once again typing this on my phone during the bus trip to Accra for my flight out of here. For first time in long time I feel a little queasy from all the bumps. We'll have a half way pit stop soon thankfully.
Short rotation, just over four weeks because I'm taking my remaining annual leave for this year. It was one of the better work stints I've had and very social with a smaller crowd and people less stressed. Again there were lots of farewell parties for people leaving ...
And so another rotation comes to an end. Typing this on the shuttle bus to Accra on my phone and reflecting on a swing that has left me feeling the freshest I've felt at the end of six weeks for a long time. Sure, my patience is low and my tolerance for things not going to plan is thin. But I'm positive and mentally right. It's hard to explain unless u work here, but week six for most is a breaking point. Maybe I'm good cause the project is coming to ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service