Golden Tulip Accra
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... to use as a carryon anyway until i had to check it. So there I was standing next to this man for about twenty minutes until finally I saw my pack. I elbowed my way through the crowd, threw it on my back and we started to walk out. Halfway through the airport the man told me that I had to pay him for helping, and I needed to do it before I got past a certain point. Had I known I could have walked by myself, but I was in no position ...
... fresh buns. Dorothy told us about the store, how things operate, and how she opened her first one across the street on the second floor, 15 years ago. Then they opened the store on the main floor where we were later on. There were about 3 workers in the small store plus Dorothy but it's so when there is a customer, it can be 1-1 help. When we started looking at the shirts the boys were right there helping us! Around Christmas a lot of people come to the shop who are other vendors ...
... they we're all looked after!
we have 2 more weeks of hospital work left and then we are teaching and building. it's summer school here now, so there are supposedly fewer children, there's still around 25-30 a class!
Hannah and i are also now in charge of . looking after the case of a boy who needs plastic surgery on his eye as he doesn't have a lower eyelid. various volunteers have left money for his care, so we are in charge of ensuring he goes to ...
My first night in Accra resulted in a good night’s sleep,
but since I didn’t have anything right away in the morning I slept in a bit
longer than normal. A good hot shower
and some breakfast downstairs and I felt pretty good to go!
One of the first things I needed to do is get some money
changed into the local currency – Ghanaian Cedis. There are a number of Forex Bureaus around,
including one in the ...
We took a long hot bus ride with the children to Accra where we visited a park. The journey was made a lot better by all the kids singing their favoutie songs, most of which were worship songs with a really catchy rhythms ( a boy on the back row was playing drum and everyone was clapping).
At the park most of the swings and slides were too rusty to work properly but the kids made the best of it and had a great time anyway. Lunch was ...