Afrikiko River Front Resort
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... at least 3x/wk. I'm not sure how great the data service will be in Kasoa, but I'll definitely find some time at least on the weekends to post. Right now I'm waiting anxiously for the hotel to fix their generator so I can start packing. I'm a procrastinator so even if I pack tomorrow morning it's not a big deal, but the one time I was trying to be proactive (kind of) the lights are out -_-. One thing about Ghana is that people try ...
... but I thought it was worth a look
Everyone was getting stuck into the duty free, so I got into all my best kit (well the cleanest) and just walked through the front gate, said hello to the guards, just tried to look as if I belonged there, well it worked, I was offered a sun bed, a cold glass of orange juice and had a parasol put over me
I waved and said hello to everyone, after a while I asked for the menu and strolled over to the ...
... for no reason)
It was getting dark, now, so we tried this other site next door (as if we had any choice)
It had taken us 2 hours of a very bumpy road to get here (I think you would have to be pretty determined to stay there, the road is nothing more than a washed out track)
It wasn’t bad, and we had somewhere to kip for the night and it was better than the bush camps we had been using ...
... it cost them nothing as I was using my own laptop, but they had free coffee which was a bonus for me, so I aint going to knock it
All my blogs are up to date now, as far as I know the same as my emails
I did manage to send a few out and of course a couple for Anne
This is it now, until tomorrow and I see what this secret Santa brings me
At some point during the night, I heard everyone scrabbling around, head ...
... I mean not completely... but you get what I mean! So I got on the bus put my headphones in a looked out
the window for our hour long drive to Atonkwa Village. We were going to meet with the chief elders of the community and receive our African names and dance with the people of the village. When we arrived there they had a whole area set up for us and children swarmed the bus and latched on to us like 8 kids per ...