His Majesty's Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... do as I'm already planning my next adventure as life is truly to short to stay in one place for to long. And Sometimes the miles of road ahead of you can give you breathing space that other journeys can't and i need that breathing space x I thank you for reading my blog I hope you have enjoyed reading it as much as I have writing it this is not the end of my adventures I hope to be able to do so much more travelling and volunteering in the future . Xxxx peace out one love pray for all ...
... like a steamroller (no pun intended, get it, steam?). That heat and humidity got increasingly more oppressing as I waited for an hour to get through immigration control and then waited an additional 90+ minutes for my luggage to come. My flight had been scheduled to arrive at 7:40pm Ghanaian time (4 hours ahead of the East coast for reference), but I didn't get into the airport lobby until around 11:30pm so many panicked thoughts that the person I ...
... br> Mike went back to the Angolan Embassy
to hand in the passports only to find it was closed as it is a
National holiday in Angola. A wasted 3 hour round trip.
Mike tried again at the Embassy only to
be told that the Embassy had made an error and had not taken a copy
of the Ghana visa. Once they had this they then told him to come back
next Wednesday, the only trouble was that the Ghana Visa run out on
... me and I would still have my room. Unfortunately, that is what happened. I'm on British Airways this time, and the plane leaving Accra was not full, no problem getting me on. But from London to Dallas the flight was full, leaving me with three choices: 1. pay an additional $750 to upgrade to business class from London to Dallas, 2. spend 30 hours in the London Heathrow airport waiting for my ...
Yesterday we left Kasoa to head to Cape Coast to spend the weekend with the Brothers of the Holy Cross. We packed up our van with everything we would need including 40 pineapples. I sat in the back of the van which was extremely bumpy. I have never been car sick until now.
The Brother's compound is extremely nice. It is what I expected Ghana to be like, everything is green and very jungle-like. There are even monkeys hopping around in the trees. We are in the hills and ...