Airport View Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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Hello everyone! This past Sunday I traveled to Kasoa. I'm not sure exactly where it is. Some people consider it Accra and some people consider it a part of the Central Region. Anyway, it's more of a medium size town as opposed to the big city. Sunday morning while starting to pack I got sick. We thought it was cholera, but looking back I think it was just a really bad food illness. Same symptoms as cholera, but I didn't die or anything. Anyway, it was a horrible ...
That evening Liz, Hannah, Alex, Mum, Ollie and me went out to an English Bar in Osu and we had a few cocktails and food. It was so lovely to chat with them and to spend some more time with them after everything that they had done for us. Ollie had one cocktail too many and was very 'drunk'. In the taxi home he was staring at the driver with his tongue hanging out of his mouth! My mum and Hannah were dying ...
... the place and we all went out last night, was class...a good ghanaian akwaaba (welcome). plenty of dodgy shapes were thrown. Off to sort a sim card so I can spread the word about my arrival to the good people of Accra and meet up with a friend of a friend from uni. all is ...
This morning I woke up at 5:30am but I was tired from the busy day yesterday so I slept till 7am and when I did get up only Julia was awake in bed. I tried to get ready quietly and then I went and sat in the bar and wrote my diary. It was so nice to sit in the cool morning with the beach right there. I saw Janic, another German volunteer staying with Melissa, relaxing on the beach after a swim and Melissa went out for a swim. By the time I was up to date with my diary everyone ...
... to join the group, we were then given our jobs for the big truck clean. Each stage of the trip the truck has a big spring clean ready for the newbies joining and to clear out the leavers. Jan, Ash and Jyoti were also leaving the truck but all had different plans of when they were leaving Accra. I was given the job, with Ash, of dusting down the seats. It sounds easy enough but with only 2 brushes that had to be shared with everyone ...