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... to wait (over 2 hours)
Anyway we drove back; I even fell asleep on the way back to the campsite
We gave the report to Joe and it was decided I should quit the trip and go home
We eventually found the internet and I booked a flight, but I got the dates wrong, I was going to travel with the other 2 that were going home as well, but I booked the previous day, but it weren’t a big deal, I would be on truck guard duties until I got my taxi to ...
... of Pink Hostel and after he gave me the directions to Pink Hostel I left. It has been 6 months since I was there and I don’t remember much from my first week since there were so many first impressions of Ghana, so that is why I had no clue where Pink Hostel was. I crossed the road and took a car to Circle and got out at Nima Police Station then I walked to the other side of the road turned left at the bank and then the first right and saw Pink Hostel.
... floor was the area where the troops
lived and the first floor was reserved for the admin buildings and
the governors residence. The bedroom in here had 5 large windows and
so was kept cool all the time. On this level was a communications
port which had clear views to the small forts of William and
Victoria. These were built on higher ground and acted mainly as
lookout towers whilst also helping with defence. Once again they had
the punishment cells, one ...
... to most of the group. Unfortunately some had stayed in Accra so i didn't get to say a proper goodbye but I'm hoping i'll see a few of them again some day.
I had an easy journey to the airport, was questioned by security for a while about my trip but no problems with the flight and arrived back home to be met by Mum and Dad at the airport and then home sweet home. The first thing I wanted was a shower and a cheese toastie!!
... and more worried as it was pretty late and I, at the very least, needed to sort out somewhere to stay. This carried on for a while, with my parents still trying to get through (thanks guys!). Finally, after what felt like forever, the driver, Micheal, approached me. It turns out, he had been there all along and I hadn't seen his sign! Needless to say, I felt like a plonker for wasting everyone's time, but was still relieved to finally ...