Airport View Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... back to Ghana. They also appreciated the fact that I could be here to assist him, and they readily extended to me the hand of friendship.
I was especially pleased to run across my good friend from *****ia, Meekness Kuvedzi. I first met Meekness at the Challenger program in *****ia in 2010. Last year she married Alex Kuvedzi from Ghana and now resides ...
... the others went to the market),
I looked around the outside of the fort, nothing special, it was just another holding station to ship out the slaves, there wasn’t really much information about it though
After 2 hours it was back on the truck, shopping to be done
We are at another campsite, somewhere near the sea, and we are off to Accra in the morning, a late start for a change 10am
We arrived at another campsite, Big ...
... not having Naomi or Anna in the house meant I did not have much to do at all, I stayed with Conford for the whole day. I fried some plantain and relaxed a little bit.
Margaret and I chatted for a little while and she wanted to see a photo album of my family and friends but unfortunately I did not have it but I said I will bring it on Monday for her to see. At 11am I ate my lunch but I had to eat very slowly because of the pain in my esophagus. Then I ...
... the tap did
not have enough pressure to fill our tank and so we had to collect it
a bucketful at a time. It has been another nice quiet day again
today, we have a shadow boxer doing his training in the mornings,
some horses and a foal wandering around and some children visiting.
We have managed to find the problem with the generator, a loose ball
bearing jammed the work. It is still not quite right yet but we can
get the odd bit of electric if we need ...
... argued whether it would look good in our bedroom or not. Jack named the giraffe Jonesey and we then decided to take it to a Spot, which is a local bar, to have a few ciders. En-route we found a street stall selling meat and had a spicy sausage and had some photo's taken with Jonesey.
On the way back to camp we saw our group heading to the restaurant for dinner so we jumped out of our taxi and joined them. Jack had recommended ...