Golden Tulip Accra
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... rich in newly found petrolium and natural gas, gold and diamonds. It is one of the most peaceful countries in the world and has one of the fastest growing economies. Their goal is to be a first world country by 2020. I saw none of this in Nungua but then we're way out in the burbs where life just passes by. The city, which we only had a glimpse of, had some wonderful modern architecture and must be on it's way into the 21st ...
... no change there, so it was
During the night I thought I was dying, I was so hot and dry, I just couldn’t get enough water inside of me (I drank 1 ½ litres during the night) and it still weren’t enough into my tent for the night
I got up at 5am, I couldn’t sleep any more, it was just too hot and stuffy, I gave em a hand lighting the fire
I turned down the diesel muesli and had weetabix for breakfast, then packed my tent ...
... The amount of business cards I have been given here is quite funny; I think the Aussie boys at home need to learn a bit from the boys here.
By the time I left an hour had past so I went back to the Pink Hostel and found Joanne, Solomon and Sarah relaxing in the outside restaurant. Solomon was really funny and wanted Sarah to leave so he told her in Twi that she must be tired and go home and sleep. I understood what he was saying and then told them and ...
... food!) It's such a different lifestyle but so far I'm adjusting well, some of the girls who have been here longer says it gets harder to go without our basic needs- running water, real food etc...the longer you're here so we'll see how I go. The heat is exhausting and never let's up- we've already gotten used to drinking water and eating ice creams out of bags! (Very strange but that's how it comes here!) The girls that ...
... through quickly with their families, whilst I continued to sweat amongst the overweight yanks.
Once through customs I was greeted by the IVHQ staff easily enough, and met about 10 other volunteers who were ready to start their placements also. Seemed like a good bunch, if maybe a little young… There were 4 or 5 18-21 year old girls doing the programme, which I thought was a remarkable thing to be doing at that age, let alone being female also. It ...