Labadi Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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... they have forgotten about the people who really need the help. I've figured out that the orphanage is separate from the place I'm staying which is disappointing because the money I paid to do this trip is only going to the hostel and not to improving the lives of young people.Okay! Enough ranting. If I could change things I would, but I can't. I'll bring up my experiences to the country coordinator, but this orphanage needs to get organized first if it wants to help ...
... see again so it wasnt so bad.
We headed back home in a taxi and luckily Ollie didn't have his tongue hanging out of his mouth this time. We had quick showers and managed to get about 1 and half hours sleep before we had to get up again!
It was now time to say goodbye to Hannah but I knew I would see her again as she was coming back to England at Christmas and I have promised to take her Choccywoccydoodah in Brighton!
... who took my orientation group to Labadie Beach in the first week, she did not recognize me at first but once I explained I was Yvette’s friend she remembered me.
Mercy, the head person in SYTO, and Solomon who had been organizing my weekend for me were both not there. Solomon was sick and Mercy had only just left. I picked up my passport and met a man named Serge who would be taking my Togo tomorrow for the VISA extension. We decided to meet 5am out ...
... tried walking to find a tro tro to Kaneshi but we had to take a taxi to Winneba Junction in the end. Then after waiting for a while we found a tro tro to Kaneshi. The ride was fine Melissa and I talked a bit, it took about two hours. When we arrived in Kaneshi we took a tro tro to Tema Station and then we took a tro tro to Dunkwa Circle (roundabout) but the mate (the man organizing the stops) did not listen to us well and he took us to the wrong place. He was going to just drop ...
... the rest of the evening packing and ditching my old clothes and working out what I could leave for the others on the truck, they were honoured with my shampoo, conditioner, drugs but most importantly chocolate and marmite.
I had a lovely lie in and a leisurely shower before going to meet Jan and Graham for lunch. We had been recommended Prince Joe's Chicken and Rice but unfortunately when we got there we found that he was closed so ...