La Palm Royal Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... acting as a personal shopper and taking orders and going to the shop for everyone. Me and Dan decided to play card games and ended up playing about 5 rounds of rummie and then 3 rounds of snap! After dinner we headed back to Hannah's house for an early night as we were going to Cape Coast the next day and leaving at 5am! As we weren't in Ghana for another weekend we couldn't go with the other volunteers so Hannah organised a driver for the day to take us there. ...
... curved back and forth as we climbed the hill, giving really beautiful views back on Accra. When we arrived in Aburi, we went to a Botanical Garden. The garden is about 130 years old and there are a couple trees that have been there for over 500 years. We got a tour guide, who was pretty terrible. He didn't seem like he wanted to be there and walked around with a laptop, reading his email in between telling us about a few trees. It was as if he just got the computer and was trying to ...
of us had eaten. We placed an order for
chicken over the phone and they had it waiting when we finally arrived, shortly
after 9:30 pm. What should have been a 4
hour trip max turned into a 5 hour nerve wracking trip!! I will definitely make sure that if I will be
forced to travel after dark again, I have a different driver…
After a meal we all headed to our rooms for another good
... together which was really nice i had wholemeal bread with peanut butter, which was fairly different to Australian peanut butter but i recon it tastes better here, paw paw and a hard boiled egg they were also handing out watermelon juice which i had but did not really like it. Yvette, Lewis and I were picked up by Nat and taken to the SYTO headquaters for orientation. there we discussed the code of conduct, ghanian ...
... and why nature created Boti Falls. Being African, you can imagine the story is more traditional than scientific. Boti has two streams of water falling side each other from a height of about 100m above sea level. One fall is said to be 'male' and the other ‘female.
To get to the base of the fall, the group had to walk down several flights of stairs. …250 steps. When descending, it ...