M Plaza Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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NDL: Je n'ai pas posté de l'été, mais on a continué notre exploration africaine avant d'apprécier le confort de la vielle Europe. je reviendrais plus tard sur juin/juillet.
Depuis le 2 août, nous sommes de retour à Accra. Alex était venu nous chercher à l'aéroport, ce qui a nettement facilité la fin du voyage. On a rapidement reconnecté avec les amis, avant de faire connaissance avec les nouveaux, ...
... with serious oracle lady (not good with names) we followed Osman on foot to Accra mall, modern and affluent, with western brands dominating (I particularly enjoyed TM Lewin). After changing a bit of money the students went off to buy food. Harriet, Neil and I found our way to the food court to gorge ourselves on grilled chicken at "Barcelos", essentially identical to Nandos. The night was unremarkable but for Neil and I committing the cardinal sin ...
Because I haven't had internet access for awhile, each couple of days I’ve been jotting down my thoughts and events happening here in Ghana. Lots to talk about so this is a big one- enjoy!
April 24th 2014
Hope everyone is enjoying my blog so far, it feels surreal that I’ve been gone such a short time. It feels like forever ago that I left home.
We spent the weekend in Cape Coast and were meant ...
... customs, climate and religion. Then we had a language lesson I really enjoyed this even though it was so hard some of the words i learnt were akwaaba (welcome), maakye (good morning), maaha (good afternoon), maajo (good evening), medaase paa (thank you very much) and mede Anna (my name is Anna). There was plenty more that i learnt though. Once the language lesson was done we then changed our money and Yvette and Louis got ...
... and why nature created Boti Falls. Being African, you can imagine the story is more traditional than scientific. Boti has two streams of water falling side each other from a height of about 100m above sea level. One fall is said to be 'male' and the other ‘female.
To get to the base of the fall, the group had to walk down several flights of stairs. …250 steps. When descending, it ...