Labadi Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and spent ages deciding on which one I would like I ended up having two and he also gave me a elephant wrist band he had made bargain especial as it only cost me £5 . We left the beach about two had lunch I opted for big Millie's salad which was salad leaves to motors onions chicken and beans was lovely . We spent the rest if the afternoon meeting new people and came across a hut just around the corner from the beach it was like Aladdin's cave full of such ...
... and in Ghana we've drive by that are partially done, depending on when they get more cash they will do more. Many houses never get finished as people run out of money and are taken over by squatters. The average minimum wage is approx $5/day. Many Ghanaians come from outside communities to Accra in hopes of making more than that. A tip is 1 GHC, which is equivalent to about $0.33.
On Friday we went to Ada, which is 140km east of Accra. Driving ...
... as our backgrounds, but the fact they we are walking through this journey together makes me feel like I am, in fact, part of something bigger. It is a beautiful thing to live and breathe with people who are as driven and passionate about making a positive change as I am. Being able to vent and cry and show anger at frustrating situations and have girls that were once strangers support, encourage and listen to me is what makes all ...
... have not noticed I tend to do so from the last two very long posts - lol). Attached is a picture of one of our elder in Ghana, Mr. Henry Aikins (next to Mark Mickelson on the right side of the photo) and two of the Ghanaian brethren, Mr. Steven Sumani (on the left) and Hilarious Hiagbe (on the far right), at our hotel as we discuss various issues affecting the congregation and the work of God in this part of the ...
... two accidents on the way to the convent. When we turned off the main highway, we traveled on a dirt road for 15 minutes. The dirt roads here are unlike anything I have experienced. They are extremely bumpy and narrow. I have never felt so scared and sick in a car in my entire life.
After arriving at the convent it was very comforting to see our new home. It is brand new and we are the first people to live in it. It is very simple inside but ...