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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... minute of it met and spoke to so many people and had to deal with children being told they have malaria and sadly dying I thought our living conditions weren't great but I count my lucky stars that we have it good Compared to her . Tomorrow we wake to a whole weekend off sunshine sand and cider hoping it doesn't rain as it did earlier today and when it rains in Ghana it rains ...
... that were attending the academy that the volunteer program is a part of. They were also walking to the volunteer house so we walked with them. I was introduced to the team and they were all really lovely- it was very weird to finally meet everyone after speaking to them over the phone and via email for so long.
There had been a new group of volunteers that arrived the day before so we were going to be going on orientation with them ...
... back on and off quite regularly. I know that in the grand scheme of things not having a fan to sleep with at night might not sound like such a big deal but when it is so hot that you are sticking to the bed, it seems to make all the other little things ten times worse. It’s currently off as I’m writing this but luckily it’s a rainy day (the first rain I’ve seen since being here!) so for the moment it’s not too bad.
Now onto a topic that ...
... will always fight to stay true to the real you, the inner being you discovered on your journey to find and create peace. That regardless of whether or not it fits into your reality, it is who you are to your very core. The fear of your true self not being accepted by those close to you as well as those you merely encounter is real and confronting. There is the real possibility of discovering that the comfort and security of the place you ...
... got lost among the alleys of shoe and sandal makers, we were offered a turkey in the bird market where cages full of chickens, guinea fowl, turkeys and pigeons were piled high, we stumbled across the fetish stalls with their dried chameleons, leopard tails, bird heads, horns and animal hides, we saw bbq bat, cane rats and small deer on the side of the road. At times there were so many people it would take you 10 minutes to walk 20m, Ant at one ...