La Palm Royal Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... communities, but the children don't have enough materials for them to even start learning to write. One of the other volunteers where I'm staying said that the orphanage does recieve donations, however no one knows where the money goes.My lunch today is some cut up veggies with tangy mayo (their salad dressing), yam fries, and an egg. It's about 80 degrees out though, so I'm not about to eat it. It's sad that there seems to be this necessity to please the ...
... converted into a bar! Even the toilets were the same!! It was soo cool! We spent a couple of hours there and then headed to meet some of the volunteers who were in a bar. We stayed for one drink so that we could say our goodbyes as we had to leave for the airport at 2am in the morning because our flight was at 5am. It was so horrible to say goodbye to everyone, especially people that we had got really close to. A lot of them I knew ...
... sellers and got on a tro tro which did not take too much time to fill up at all. After an hour and a half I arrived in Kaneshi and easily found a tro tro to Circle. Being in Accra again felt strange, at Circle I found a car to Labadie Beach and got out at the Fire Station on Ring road. I quickly walked to the SYTO office and was there right on time 3pm. When I arrived I did not recognize the workers and neither did they recognize me but then Sarah walked in. ...
... to the room and got our bags, Melissa’s backpack had broken so we had bought a bag to put her things in when we were in town. It was a very awkward bag to carry so I had the idea she should carry it on her head so we had a bit of fun trying to make it work. Emmanuel Sam was also there and we said goodbye to him.
When we walked back we went back through the restaurant/hostel run by Isaac and he helped us to fix the bag onto Melissa’s head for her to carry ...
... for my last night where we feasted on proper Italian pizza's (again!) washed down with a Caiprinhia. Such a lovely night with everyone. I rounded off the evening with some goodbyes as the group were going to be off into Accra early in the morning to start their visa run so I wasn't sure if they would be back in time. Before bed I had a final game of cribbage with Matt who finally managed to beat me and take the tournament 7-6.