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So much for getting up early! I had set my alarm for 9 a.m., thinking I would head out around 10 and have a full eight-hour day sightseeing in Accra. Well, that did not happen. I hit the snooze button on my alarm clock for more than an hour, then finally gave up and turned it off. Even though I had slept well for a good 10 hours, I still felt …
Greetings from Ghana! My first day here is coming to a close. Happy to report that everything is going smoothly thus far, though I definitely feel like I am in a far-away place.
I walked into my Accra hotel room at 1:47 p.m. and the sight of a bed made me feel a sudden surge of jetlag. I was not feeling well and laid down for about two …
Sarichka10 stayed here on Feb 13, 2010 during their trip titled: After Graduation Trips Winter/Spring 2010.
... A tro-tro is similar to a 15 passenger van in America; however, it is bigger and can seat 22 people, but often they cram more people in there. It is one of the main modes of transportation in Ghana. The tro-tro ride stopped at various stations on the way. It was jammed with people, smelled bad, and was extremely warm inside. It took us about an hour to arrive to Accra.
The first thing we did was wander through the market. I do not even know how to begin describing the ...
... the hotel at 8 in the morning to
drive me up to Ejura. I have several
other transportation options, including an offer of a member in Kumasi to let
me use his personal car as he’s done before.
But I feel it is important for Mr. Sackey to take me up so he knows the
area, since this is the same location we'll use for the Feast this year. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Servidio are coming to Ghana
in my place, and I intend to arrange to have ...