La Palm Royal Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... bed ,sharing my home with every creature you could think of watching the fire flies ,the sun set and rise talking to strangers on the street eating fresh pineapple and coconut plantain chips and jilaf rice . I didn’t actually cry, when leaving the schools the villages the towns but I was close to it saying goodbye to people who’ve become close friends since being here was hard to walk away from , And now In the back of the taxi taking our last crazy drive on roads that ...
Many of you are probably first wondering, 'where in the hell is Ghana.' This beautiful country is in west Africa. Second question would be, 'how the hell did you end up there?!?' Well friends, it's all my dad Greg's fault this time! We actually have a family friend in Ghana who became a second son to my dad when he went to the University of Windsor. Jason had rented from his student rental house who then became the house landlord and dad's worker around the ...
... we can get it is the 5th
March. From here we went to the Togo Embassy and filled in the
paperwork. This time we were told we could collect it 2 hours later.
What a difference.
Mike went and
collected the Togo visa and tried to get someone to help with the
generator whist I stayed and nursed my bruises.
turned up to fix the ...
After spending all of Sunday 26th, at my home in Lagos catching up on emails and various other responsibilities, and our minds still fresh with pleasant memories of our fellowship with the faithful brethren in Cotonou, Republic of Benin, we left Lagos as early as 4:30am 27th, Monday morning for the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Ikeja, Lagos for the 40mins flight to Accra Ghana. Waking up so early to ...
... alley, we got out and were told to go down another alley and into some room. That was the first moment I was uncomfortable (ok I was mentally freaking out) because it was pitchdark - meaning no lights at all and we were shoved into a room not knowing whether there were others in there as well and whatnot. Plus we had no clue who these people are, dropping us off in some township and telling us to get into a room of an ...