His Majesty's Hotel
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... direction dozens of small fishing boats but nothing here could make me go in that water.
So then I head out to the street. In the hotel they said I couldn't walk to a store to buy bottled water so off I go. The main street along the beach is just red dirt and lined with small shacks selling valvoline, diapers and toilet paper, rubber thongs and T-shirts, but no water. Finally a lady calls out and asks what I want. Ah, there's ...
... waited for our laundry
She never arrived with our laundry, we found it on the line out the back, it had never been in a washing machine, most of everyones washing was dirtier than they had given it to her, my shirt just looked like it had been screwed up and hung out, I can’t see me wearing that again in the near future
We were off to see something cool Joe had found, a fort on the Gold Coast (that was a waste of time, most of the people went and ...
... I checked in and when I saw my room I was very happy because I had forgotten how nice it really was. I was not the only person in my room, I recognized Joanne’s thing on one bed and I met a US girl sleeping on anther bed. I called Joanne and we planned to meet in an hour or so. The US girl talked a lot but was very interesting; I wanted to go do something so I went for a walk. I did not go far and I found a smoothie van, I was so exited to see something like ...
... women and we
could also see the walk to the Gate of no return. Upstairs, covering
almost a third of the area was the governors residence and around the
edges the other accommodation for the Europeans. The castle is
nowadays a world heritage sight, as is the adjoing castle built about
a kilometre away at the top of a hill to provide protection for the
castle. The climb up there was too steep for us so we just looked
from the ramparts up at it. The views ...
... to most of the group. Unfortunately some had stayed in Accra so i didn't get to say a proper goodbye but I'm hoping i'll see a few of them again some day.
I had an easy journey to the airport, was questioned by security for a while about my trip but no problems with the flight and arrived back home to be met by Mum and Dad at the airport and then home sweet home. The first thing I wanted was a shower and a cheese toastie!!