Labadi Beach Hotel
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... daily boat trips dance to reggae music and African drummers until the early hours tried and liked some of the locally cuisine Being proposed too several times and every time Having to let them down still they try their luck again ! Some great memories will include travelling through the rural Western Africa visiting schools in Volta region and bepong going to the outreach villages deep with in the jungle to donate water food and clothes to the much needed families who are living ...
... there had already left were flying through my head. Luckily my contact with Unite For Sight was there when I finally emerged, along with four other volunteers who had flown in that day as well. He drove us all back to the hotel in Accra (where I'd flown in, the capital city of Ghana) and I collapsed immediately unto the bed incredibly exhausted from the long travel time with relatively little sleep but simultaneously excited for what was to come.
... out on start today and this causes
us some electrical problems. For example the freezer defrosted and
the fridge stopped for a while. Luckily we could give the food to
some other travellers who were staying her and so it was not wasted.
Mike has been in touch with the generator people who hopefully will
be able to advise and help. One other problem is that we have no air
conditioning or fans and so it is definitely sweaty body time.
Tonight we have found ...
... to the States, 3. go back to the hotel and wait until my regularly scheduled flight the next night.
I have no desire to spend that much time in an airport, and it made no sense to fly to England and get a hotel there (much more expensive than the hotel here), and I could not justify spending that much money just to get home one day sooner, so I went back to the Airport West Hotel ...
... views of the surrounding area. In Kasoa, where we live, everything is dry and bushy. It is pretty much a desert.
The reason we are spending the weekend here is because two of the sisters are professing their final vows. On Friday night, we will have a vigil and on Saturday the celebration and the actual ceremony will take place. A lot of people are headed here to come celebrate. I think there will be a total of 500 people! It will be a huge celebration, I cannot ...