Akosombo Continental Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Kids pool
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Travel Blogs from Akosombo
... again at 6:00 AM and the monkeys were up and definitely hungry! They were so adorable that I wanted to take one home and name it Marcell (any "Friends" fans out there?). I think my dog, Nisha, would love a pet monkey. Next I took a trotro a couple hours south to Atimpoko, on the edge of Lake Volta where there's a hydro-electric dam providing 70% of Ghana's electricity and a portion of the electricity of their ...
... arguing with the driver since he decided while driving that we should give him more money than the price we agreed upon. The end of the story is that we won but he kicked us out at the Boti waterfall and drove off. So we stood 10km outside of Koforidua next to a waterfall in the middle of nowhere without a car taking us back. Yeah we didn't think that one through. But one thing after the other. First point on the agenda: Check out the ...
... us back from dinner tomorrow. I just cannot get over how may people have welcomed me to their community, it is overwhelming! Philip dropped us off at a local bar with outdoor tables to do some studying. Here we met Mina, a girl about 5 years old, who was curious about us but very shy. She danced for us for awhile and then became brave enough to come over and walk around our table. The reactions from the children are the best. Until ...
... around town. Yes, the 8 year old runs ALL over town, completely unsupervised. So this afternoon after sessions I notice that my host brother and two other boys are using very small broken pieces of white chalk to draw on the porch. I then started questioning my host mother about the availability of chalk and if they make other colors. She said they certainly sold chalk in the village but ...
... in. Helping out with the family is not optional but expected- if any adult asks you to do something then you do it, no questions. I have noticed this at homestay, quite often we have extra children around because they want to sit and watch the Obruni. Sometimes my host mother will ask a neighbor child to wash a dish or throw some trash away. Which really doesn't seem like that big of a deal, until you realize that the child is probably not even three. ...