J2N Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... the volunteer house took us to Labadi, which is his home town for the food festival. He took us into his family home and introduced us to everyone. The town looked very poor but everywhere you looked you saw happy people who were looking forward to their festival.
Eben's family were so welcoming and made sure that we understood what was going on. One of his family members wanted to take us on a walk and we ended up in another family members ...
... from villages outside of Accra and Dorothy makes sure they get an education while they live with her. The one guy, just finished senior school and he is 23. He can speak English well but doesn't much as he doesn't have the confidence to do it around us white folk!
On Tuesday we woke up very early to get a ride in with Dorothy to her shop. They leave at 6am in a big van (Dorothy, Jason, 2 workers and a driver plus us) to try and beat traffic. It still took over an hour to get ...
... it is
still irritating to know if I were a Ghanaian wanting to go the same distance
he would have taken us for probably less than half that amount…
A member had contacted me before we left the States and
wanted to talk while I was in Accra. I
had arranged to meet him at the hotel at 11:00 am, and he arrived promptly at
11:30 – pretty much on time by local standards!
We talked about 45 minutes, ...
... straight in front of our faces so close you could probably only see our nose rather than our whole face. In the video they were asking us where we are from and stuff. This was very weird but they were lovely people and very excited to meet us. One of the women is a missionary in ***** which i found interesting. He was a very good guy wanting peace for the people in Ghana. It was a beautifil park with trees every where all the different trees where planted by ...
... of Ghana it's worth a second thought. We met a couple of police men near the waterfall who were blasting Raggae music out of their truck and who told us that it's safe to walk, but that they would happily give us a ride. We decided to walk. After 30 minutes walking through the lovely landscape and enjoying the sun burning on our shoulders, a tro-tro picked us up and dropped us off at the Akaa waterfall. This place was amazingly beautiful. We ...