Holiday Inn Accra Airport
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It was nice to be able to sleep in a little later this morning. The four of us, the Walker's, Mr. Meeker and myself, met for breakfast at 8:30 am. After one last breakfast at seaside we each went back to our rooms to get a little work done before time to leave.
Unfortunately, the money I had transferred over before I left never did arrive in our local account, which leaves me unable to pay the full bill. Mr. ...
... was the condemned cell where the
prisoners were just left to starve to death. On the battlements could
be seen lots of old canon and cannonballs. Leaving here we had hoped
to stay at a camp just down the road but we could not get under the
entrance arch and so had to drive to Big Milly's camp. Here we had to
wait outside until about 8 pm to get an area to park. Once we had
settled down a local group of drummers and dancers started to
entertain us. It ...
... is quite surreal. At some point, I can't remember who it was, but someone is jumping into the pool. All of a sudden the party moves in the water and quickly, Tom and I run out of customers. So we go were they are and the party goes on !
I have felt some special moments since we arrive here, but this one is going to stick with me for a while. Maybe it is because the 4 of us were having a very good time at the same time...
Can't wait for the next ...
... after a while because, while they were friendly, they were pretty persistent. They would tell us that they wanted to take us around and show us all the cultural things to see in Accra, so by the time we got back to our hotel when the sun was setting, we were pretty tired of being called "white person" in Twi and coming up with reasons why not to give out our phone numbers, emails, or in some cases marry them. ...
... proposed to represent the company at an annual reception of grant partners in a program called STAR-Ghana (Strengthening Transparency, Accountability and Responsiveness in Ghana), funded by USAID, UKAID, DANIDA (the Danish development agency) and the EU. The two-day conference was held at an upscale hotel in downtown Accra, and I got to experience how some important actors in the civil society "industry" in Ghana conducted their business. Among the ...
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