J2N Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... salary for a US teacher and the woman is very flexible. I think this will be the best way for me to spend my time in a foreign country while also practicing my trade. I'm super excited about the opportunity and am now looking for apartmments in East Legon.
I know some of you may be worried about job security and such, but I will be employed by her husband's company as they will be paying me ...
Accra has is the most disappointing sight-seeing day out I have ever had. First I took a taxi to Parliament, which I couldn't get near because the enormous fences and the policemen telling me not to take pictures. From there I walked to Accra's only "attraction", the Black Star Arch", a worse Arc de Triomph. It was built post-independence by Ghana's first president, who banned political opposition and arbitrarily ...
... 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 ...
... the night.
I slept in a little this morning, and have been able to catch up on a few more things. The hotel is allowing me to stay in my room for a while longer in spite of the fact that they are booked almost solid. I appreciate that, as it allows me to work and read in quiet, rather than sitting around in the lobby with all the people coming and going. I'll head to the airport in a ...
Ill keep the sentences short for my first entry since I'm writing on my iPhone, its 4:30 am and I didn't really sleep. Im still lying in bed in a room of a township located... hm somewhere outside Accra... I think. Well yes somewhere in Ghana. Quite frankly I have no clue where I am or whose room this is or whether I can show my face outside of this room but hey the party music that blasts from within the township is ...