Alisa Hotels North Ridge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and spent ages deciding on which one I would like I ended up having two and he also gave me a elephant wrist band he had made bargain especial as it only cost me £5 . We left the beach about two had lunch I opted for big Millie's salad which was salad leaves to motors onions chicken and beans was lovely . We spent the rest if the afternoon meeting new people and came across a hut just around the corner from the beach it was like Aladdin's cave full of such ...
... got a lot of them! Leanne, Vicki, Lucy, Danielle, Kate and Kristina have joined our gang and are loving being with the kids as much as I do. Our first weekend together we stayed around Senya Beraku (the town which the orphanage is in), we went down to an old run down castle for a drink Saturday afternoon. It was so beautiful to sit atop a mostly dilapidated castle and watch all the fishing canoes out in the ocean bring in their catch while the grass around the castle was ...
... unite absolute strangers from across the world. A unity that surpasses all others. Where our differences in culture and experiences brings us together, as we are bound by the never ending reminder that regardless of those differences in culture and experiences, Ghana is equally foreign to each of us. And knowing this brings some small sense of comfort and security. Each of us face our own struggles and emotions and thoughts that are ...
... family over. It really helped feeling like it was Christmas time. Yes, we had our Christmas tree up, with our familiar decorations, yes the kids were feeling more and more excited, but so many friends and students were leaving to go back home or to go to exotic vacations, that we kinda felt like it would be a weird Christmas. But it was not. To the contrary, it was a time of discovery and immersion into the Ghanaian culture.
... not looking positive from either side of the Atlantic!
After warm handshakes and smiles, they had to get on their way to make it home through traffic before it really gets bad. Traffic in Accra is never good, but morning and toward late afternoon when many are going to or coming from work it gets even worse. I remember one occasion when I took a Metro Mass bus down the coast, and while passing through central Accra we sat for more ...