Golden Tulip Accra
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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... bed ,sharing my home with every creature you could think of watching the fire flies ,the sun set and rise talking to strangers on the street eating fresh pineapple and coconut plantain chips and jilaf rice . I didn’t actually cry, when leaving the schools the villages the towns but I was close to it saying goodbye to people who’ve become close friends since being here was hard to walk away from , And now In the back of the taxi taking our last crazy drive on roads that ...
... comfortable. We moved our things so she had a bottom bunk bed but she said she was happy sitting on the floor and she was giving us lots of personal details about her being sick, a little too much. When she left we turned the light out and then chatted until we all fell asleep. My bed was so comfortable I think it is mostly because of the amazing pillow, at my host family the pillow is so ***********’t like it very much compared to my four pillows at home on my ...
... Mike reckons he was useless. He
had no tools or wire and fittings and could hardly read the wiring
diagram. Did some work but is going to return in the morning with
another guy to help him.
at all, Mike must have frightened him off. Luckily the generator
people in UK have sent a new wiring diagram and some suggestions so
Mike is busy at work on it.1 March
Went into town ...
... night at the University of Ghana to do some lineout and ruck and mall training! Should be a funny experience I think. A couple of us are considering going to Kumasi to watch the game also.
Chris the American has now left the orphanage which is a big loss. On his last night we toasted marshmallows which was a new exeprience for the kids!
This entry I wanted explain the physical circumstances of the placement, with more insightful comments hopefully to ...
... been in: 3 stories and well-kept. Plus, there was AC and functioning bathrooms, yay for African KFC! Thursday: began our journey to Busua. After several hours, expected translation issues, bus station confusion and a not-so-unexpected breakdown of our original tro-tro, we arrived at our sleeping quarters for the weekend: Dadson's Lodge. We were happily greeted by the wonderful Ebenezer (a friend of a friend of Carly's). I am sure you would all be shocked to hear that we immediately ...