Labadi Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
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... really exist on our journey back to Accra listening to a couple of Ghanaian hip-life tracks and thinking fondly about the noise, heat, colour and chaos that is Ghana and knowing that only in a few hours we will soon be stepping onboard our flight home. But I came to Ghana for several reasons and I have achieved all I set out to do . I have changed someone's life for the better I have made many children laugh and smile I've been able to provide families with clothes , food , ...
... spent many meals with the Dallyn family and even one Christmas. He had always said if we want to visit Ghana, we're more than welcome to. Greg commented in front of me, the traveller, he'd like to visit one day and here we are! We arrived in Accra the capital of Ghana last Thursday after a 10 hour plane ride from JFK in New York, one dad even survived! Jason works near the airport so he picked us up and took us for our favourite beverage, beer! For a large ...
... Mike reckons he was useless. He
had no tools or wire and fittings and could hardly read the wiring
diagram. Did some work but is going to return in the morning with
another guy to help him.
at all, Mike must have frightened him off. Luckily the generator
people in UK have sent a new wiring diagram and some suggestions so
Mike is busy at work on it.1 March
Went into town ...
... the airport meant I was fairly tired and looking forward to the few hours we would have in Accra at our hotel before starting our fellowship and visits with our Ghanaian brethren. Our flight to Ghana was smooth and we arrived at Krotoka International Airport by 8:30am to a warm and enthusiastic welcome by one of the Elders in Ghana, a personal friend and very pleasant man to know, Mr. Henry Aikins. He took us ...
... another alley. In the daylight the room is not too bad but arriving here at night was just... something. I didn't really sleep because I'm telling you there is soooo much going on in a township (assuming that this one is not completely different than the others): The music, the yelling, the knocking on doors, the laughing... It's 5:45 now, time to get up. It's a 6h drive to Kumasi and I'm excited to see the country by ...