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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... like you need a shower only to wash in dirty water Meeting other volunteers,making friends and memories for life I know my friendship has really grown with my adventure buddy Jema and we have both realised that we can live and survive in each other's company for long periods of time ! I’ve learnt to cope with not having flowing water,bucket showers dodgy electricity the heat spending the night tangled in my mosquito net listening to the sound of the jungle outside while ...
... called Club, at a hotel bar is about $2.50 and at the grocery store it's less than $1. The local currency is the Ghanaian Cedi which is about 3:1 of the US dollar. This was 2:1 only 5 months ago, which really affects the local economy.We have been fortunate enough to stay with Jason and his family. Their house is about an hour in traffic from the airport which seems to be typical anywhere we go. There is a lot of traffic everywhere in the city as well as ...
... we can get it is the 5th
March. From here we went to the Togo Embassy and filled in the
paperwork. This time we were told we could collect it 2 hours later.
What a difference.
Mike went and
collected the Togo visa and tried to get someone to help with the
generator whist I stayed and nursed my bruises.
turned up to fix the ...
... the airport meant I was fairly tired and looking forward to the few hours we would have in Accra at our hotel before starting our fellowship and visits with our Ghanaian brethren. Our flight to Ghana was smooth and we arrived at Krotoka International Airport by 8:30am to a warm and enthusiastic welcome by one of the Elders in Ghana, a personal friend and very pleasant man to know, Mr. Henry Aikins. He took us ...
... cab yet, jump into a driving cab, sit, breathe out, cab driver turns up local radio, party 4. The conversations (if thats what you can call them)! Let me give you a quick taste of the taxi drive to where I am writing from right now: (Me) sooo do you work for the organization as well? (Girl) nooononono ... (Me) soooo where are we going? (Boy) hotel (Me) oookeyyyy ... *giving up* After some time the taxi driver stopped in ...