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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... else to do. I took option 3 and will be working privately for a family originally from Denmark who has been temporarily displaced because of Ebola in Sierra Leone. I decided this would be the best option because not only did her daughter and I hit it off right away, but the mother is looking for someone part-time to help her daughter learn but is not worried about structure. They're paying me more than ...
... tourist attraction, it had a large sign angrily telling me not to take photographs! After 3 hours, that had concluded my sightseeing tour, and I came back to relax in my air conditioned room. I'm just about to get ready for my flight, so this will be my last entry in Ghana! I'm going to eat in a restaurant which is made out of a converted MD-DC-10 aircraft, as I didn't fancy eating in the restaurants inside the airport!
... 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 ...
... for my regularly scheduled flight, and should be back home by tomorrow (Thursday) evening, to be with my family and sleep in my own bed!
Thank you to all who have prayed about the safety and success of this trip. I believe it has been profitable, and I hope and pray the brethren and the Church in Ghana will benefit from what we have been able to accomplish.
Until next trip...
... views of the surrounding area. In Kasoa, where we live, everything is dry and bushy. It is pretty much a desert.
The reason we are spending the weekend here is because two of the sisters are professing their final vows. On Friday night, we will have a vigil and on Saturday the celebration and the actual ceremony will take place. A lot of people are headed here to come celebrate. I think there will be a total of 500 people! It will be a huge celebration, I cannot ...