Largus Fort Hotel
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Not a bad flight back to the mainland and an easy trek through the airport. And then an hour drive through miles and miles of shanty town in the dark. It was a relief to find that the hotel actually existed. In the morning I went exploring. The beach in front of the hotel was clean but on either side was a big drainage pipe and a terrific amount of garbage, all plastic and tin cans. Further along were some really nice houses and in ...
... huts . learning and trying to speak the local language twe learning to be patient about everything , and only using your right hand ! teaching a class of 24 children maths and English and writing on a blackboard with the smallest piece of chalk children fighting as they want a sticker , ballon or a colouring crayon the children smiling shouting “hello” obrouni and waving, discussing random things for hours with Jemma and sitting in a spot with a good book . ...
... of Pink Hostel and after he gave me the directions to Pink Hostel I left. It has been 6 months since I was there and I don’t remember much from my first week since there were so many first impressions of Ghana, so that is why I had no clue where Pink Hostel was. I crossed the road and took a car to Circle and got out at Nima Police Station then I walked to the other side of the road turned left at the bank and then the first right and saw Pink Hostel.
... br> that the visa rules had changed that day. We wanted a double entry
visa which they have now stopped and so we need to get another visa
when there. All the paperwork has to be translated to Portuguese and
it used to take just from Monday to Friday but now it is 8 working
days. This means we have to go back tomorrow with our Portuguese
paperwork and start again.
We had a little
bit of a tumble on ...
... back to the restaurant at Big Milly's. We sat overlooking the sea and feasted on lobster tagliatelle, it was delicious and only £5. I spent the rest of the afternoon reading and sleeping in the hammock, watching the bats up in the palm trees above my head and drinking chocolate and banana milkshakes.
At 5pm my taxi arrived to take me to the airport but luckily it was at the same time as the truck arrived back so I got to say ...