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This morning I woke at 6am and decided to sleep till 7:30am. I slowly got ready and we left at 8:30am to find some breakfast I was a little annoyed at myself for having such a slow morning, I feel like I wasting time especially when we are traveling. We wanted to find the same woman as last night but we soon found this impossible we walked up and down the street twice so eventually we chose another breakfast lady we both ordered an egg bread with a hot chocolate but the ...
... They practically block out the sun. They also look subversive and possibly rabid. Lynne unfortunately suffered a splat of bat defecation. The sky is falling, the sky is falling. Greatest sympathies.
During this past week we also had the chance to meet Nana, the chief of Apemanim. We`ll be staying in his extremely rural village for about 8 days in the beginning of April. He said he`d be awfully glad if ...
... it was very
last minute and we felt like the token obruni’s… ha ha!) We were also invited
to feature on the soundtrack of new film No Pain No Gain which is out next
month. We sessioned at Eze’s studio with a really pro engineer, stunning singer
and all round lovely guy, Lionel.
I got to drive Eze’s jeep back to his place from the hotel
where they are editing the film! Woo! We also met Moses, the editor of ...
... didn't arrive. In fact, we were told that over 150 bags for that flight didn't come because the plane was too small! they are hoping it will come tomorrow. We were able to fill out the paperwork, and we'll call tomorrow to see if it has come.
Afterwards Mr. Kilough and I brought Mr. Mundeli back to the hotel to rest a little, and then took him over to the hostel where all of the ...
... video of Gideon teaching Erica Azonto attached to this blog post. So priceless and I am still working on convincing Erica to enter the competition. What a hoot that would be…an Obruni doing ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Shangri-La Accra
My home away from home in Accra is now closed, the result of bad management. I hope someone can purchase, restore and reopen this hotel.
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