African Royal Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... boys who were all really lovely. As we had been given two 23kg bags by Royal Air Maroc each we decided to bring as much as we could out for the boys. That day we bought a bag of football boots that my mum's friend had given us to the house so we were excited to give them out to the boys.
After dinner we headed back to Hannah's house as we were so tired! When our heads hit the pillows we were fast asleep.
The next day ...
... driver Osman and our fantastic bright orange overland truck (see picture). We made the short journey to our accommodation for the next two nights, the Ghanaian Nurse's association accommodation, seemingly used for training, conferences and such. It was perfect: clean, simple and organised. A friendly but serious lady, very smartly dressed, became our oracle. As it was getting late the group needed to decide what to do about dinner, so after ...
... when you get woken up by that sound it just feels like normal and I think that reality is pretty horrible.
This week I’ve bought the kids some new little toys and a soccer ball, also bought Kweku a new pair of football boots. He’s about 11years old and only just lost his Mum a couple months ago so I hope they helped him feel some comfort. He was so happy when we went to buy them. I also had to replace a lightbulb in the home this week, it cost 4 cedi ...
... with Linda and Odette, the two other French teachers here to put aside the usual stuff and do a special Halloween with songs and videos. It turns out to be a delightful teaching day, singing and playing on the guitar C'est l'Halloween. By the last class, I am really into the mood.
Good thing, cause on the initiative of some parents here, a Halloween party is organised at the Villagio, a luxurious residential complex in our neighbourhood. I go ...
... Ghanian roads are poor. There are some divided 4 lane roads in Accra with toll booths...but they are not limited access so there are many people, stalls, and side roads...and the traffic is staggering. At every stop light or toll booth, swarms of vendors surround the stopped vehicles selling candy, soft drinks, water, peanuts, pineapple...the list is endless. We got back around 10 pm and Jonas and I went to a restaurant for some chicken and ...