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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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I can't believe this is out last day here in Ghana some days I feel like I have been here for years over days I feel like I have only just stepped of the plane . So for our last day here I took advantage of an early night yesterday and woke up wide awake at 6.00am I didn't really want to be awake that early however I got up put on my bikini for the last time and headed out towards the beach I stopped to say good morning to mike the bar man we spoke about how much I ...
... 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 ...
... br> Mike went back to the Angolan Embassy
to hand in the passports only to find it was closed as it is a
National holiday in Angola. A wasted 3 hour round trip.
Mike tried again at the Embassy only to
be told that the Embassy had made an error and had not taken a copy
of the Ghana visa. Once they had this they then told him to come back
next Wednesday, the only trouble was that the Ghana Visa run out on
... 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 ...
... for an hour. It then took us another hour to get from Customs to the exit of the airport. We were then greeted by Sister Esther and Justice (handyman?) who were to drive us an hour to the convent. The drive itself was terrifying. The traffic was unbelievable. There are rules of the road like we have in the United States, but no follows them. People are constantly cutting people off and causing accidents. We actually were very close into ...