His Majesty's Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... back to Ghana. They also appreciated the fact that I could be here to assist him, and they readily extended to me the hand of friendship.
I was especially pleased to run across my good friend from *****ia, Meekness Kuvedzi. I first met Meekness at the Challenger program in *****ia in 2010. Last year she married Alex Kuvedzi from Ghana and now resides ...
... it’s a large sprawling campsite, bit no really much different from any other we have stayed, a large bar area dominates the whole site, some have opted for an upgrade to a room or share a house, at least they get to have a shower, not each, but at least the whole campsite don’t use it, same as the toilet (ours don’t flush, but you use the bucket provided)
Reggae music is played into the early hours making a night kip a challenge
... comfortable. We moved our things so she had a bottom bunk bed but she said she was happy sitting on the floor and she was giving us lots of personal details about her being sick, a little too much. When she left we turned the light out and then chatted until we all fell asleep. My bed was so comfortable I think it is mostly because of the amazing pillow, at my host family the pillow is so ***********’t like it very much compared to my four pillows at home on my ...
... the tap did
not have enough pressure to fill our tank and so we had to collect it
a bucketful at a time. It has been another nice quiet day again
today, we have a shadow boxer doing his training in the mornings,
some horses and a foal wandering around and some children visiting.
We have managed to find the problem with the generator, a loose ball
bearing jammed the work. It is still not quite right yet but we can
get the odd bit of electric if we need ...
... are not the words of God. Christ condemned teaching as doctrines the laws and traditions of men. After service, we had the typical several hours of fellowship and both Mark and I were glad to be heading to the airport and departure to our various countries and family, after being on the road almost a whole month! For me, I had been on the road since the 22nd of December (two weeks of Challenger 2013 started my trips) and spent the better part of the past month on the move ...