His Majesty's Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... involved with the teaching side of it. It was a great experience for my brother Ollie as he had a really young boy to look after and sit with. Personally I think he did a great job reading and drawing with him.
Later that day we went to watch the Under 13's, Under 15's and the Under 17's play a match. It was great to see how dedicated and talented they all were. Of course all three age groups won their game! After the match ...
As my parents read this, I will have to clarify right now that I have not been in any danger at any point. This is a funny thing that happened this week, which has followed the same routine as the last with a bit of salsa dancing thrown in on Wednesday night.
On a safety related note, ebola is a big talking point here but so far there have only been false alarms here in Ghana. Precautions are being taken by the government, with flights from affected countries ...
... greatly appreciated!
On the way out of Elmina we stopped at the Elmina Beach Resort for lunch. They have a nice restaurant, but are more expensive for their rooms. We enjoyed a last meal in Elmina and headed up the coast to Accra.
The trip went well until we started getting to the outskirts of Accra. Traffic was terrible, and we were delayed for a while at a crawl. Finally breaking free of the ...
... we will see her again! Yvette, Lewis and I then got picked up by Nat and another guy named Solomon and we went to a bank to get cash cause you cant pay for much with cards. We all then went to an immigration office to make sure all paperwork had been done and then Lewis and I got our Ghanian ID cards since we are staying there for longer than 90 days. There ID cards are very colourful and pretty. When you buy water in Ghana you get it in bags there are only some ...
... and one red dust road that passes through. This road is the only place that attracts some life like coconut sellers or small shops. We live 30min away from that road. All in all we didn't think that there would be so little infrastructure here, actually we were kind of counting on an atm machine or a place where we can change dollars. No atm, no change, no nothing. This puts us in a pretty funny situation since we have to get by with the money left in our pockets - it's not ...