Hotel Le Silmande Ougadougou
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... better than the syrupy stuff we had in the Restaurant Senegalais once!
One thing that was funny - I'd put a mini solar powered torch keyring onto my bedroom keys, and they were giving it me back. I showed them that it was a torch (it wasn't clear where the on button was) and they thoguht it was pretty cool. I said that I had another one so they could keep it if they wanted and maman immediately said that if I ...
... Northern Ghana, Hannah and I were both offered projects in Tamale, also Northern Ghana, but about two hours south of Talensi.
We all accepted. My project is an International Service project which is partnered with a Canadian NGO called the Create Change Foundation, focused on keeping young girls in school and encouraging them to be teachers and entrepreneurs after school. It’s apparently largely a research/office based project. Hannah’s seems to be ...
... all they have left! Shops haven’t been opening so they’ve been unable to buy supplies. We also ate the last of their ketchup! My grab bag contains items such as cinnamon and chilli flakes, so food can be made more interesting! We had cinnamon on our aloco yesterday which was AMAZING and chilli flakes on our chips tonight!! Yum! ….still, hope they can go shopping tomorrow!
After tea we went on the internet for a bit, I Skyped Jonny ...
... to say something and Barro, cool as ever, basically said (albeit very eloquent terms) that William had summed up what they think. Melodie told us to stay ourselves, to be open and smiling, to treat all volunteers equally and to put in our all.
The food started to arrive, first a by salad with homemade vinaigrette which was heaven after all the rice we’ve been eating. By this time Ryan had come to sit with us and was being increasingly cheeky. He’d share for a while ...
... long sleeves and sat around a fire in the desert. We had dinner (dinner is always a grain, often rice or couscous, with a mystery meat, sauce, plantains and fruit) and had a tea ceremony! After dinner we took bucket showers. It was quite a bonding experience showering with a couple other girls in the dark, the accidental rub ups are always awkward. Then we laid out under the stars and fell asleep.
That morning we went to the market in ...