La Palm Royal Beach Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with all the fisherman hailing their nets into the sea and pulling them back in after several hours . However we still managed to paddle ans swim in the sea but it was rather rough today and I nearly lost my bikini from getting hit by the waves it was funny though . I spoke to my friend Michael who remembered me from last time and how I promised I would buy handcrafted by knife painting so off I went to pick my favourite as I'm sure a lot of you know I can't ...
... anything and everything on the street. At a traffic light in particular, people walk alongside the car carrying all sorts of goods on their heads from water to peanuts to oranges, toilet paper, plantains and anything else imaginable. Really you'd never have to enter a super market if you didn't want to as these people will sell it to you.
Houses in Ghana are built as one gets more money and then they will finish parts or add on. There are many houses in ...
... unite absolute strangers from across the world. A unity that surpasses all others. Where our differences in culture and experiences brings us together, as we are bound by the never ending reminder that regardless of those differences in culture and experiences, Ghana is equally foreign to each of us. And knowing this brings some small sense of comfort and security. Each of us face our own struggles and emotions and thoughts that are ...
... page has a population of 25 Million by a UN report in 2011.
Our second day in Accra (and most of the rest of the week before our departure to our various countries after the Sabbath) would be spent visiting various members, with some visiting us at our hotel and I will, by God's grace, update this blog with elements of those visits worth mentioning so as not to bore you with unnecessary details. (In ...
... for an hour. It then took us another hour to get from Customs to the exit of the airport. We were then greeted by Sister Esther and Justice (handyman?) who were to drive us an hour to the convent. The drive itself was terrifying. The traffic was unbelievable. There are rules of the road like we have in the United States, but no follows them. People are constantly cutting people off and causing accidents. We actually were very close into ...