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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... ends. There's also a bowl with green berries. What are they I ask. You boil them, grind them with red oil and mix in tomato and onion and serve over taro. Makes me want a burger for dinner. But those women lounging outside the shop were so nice. Only one spoke English so she stopped breastfeeding to tell me the recipe. Walking back people waved and said hello. After all, I was just another shopper in the neighourhood lugging home ...
... overhead bins, Joe wanted to make a good impression when the new people join us (fat chance of that most of us haven’t seen a shower in 3 days, and we all look and feel a bit grungy
Someone had arranged to get together and go for a meal, there was a restaurant in the Lying Planet that they all fancied and right enough, it wasn’t there anymore, so we spent the next hour looking for somewhere to eat, we did find a bit of a rat hole and looked at the ...
Turns out the smoothie van was parked right outside his workplace so he invited me inside. It was a repair workshop for keyboards and guitars, it was pretty cool and there three other nice men working there. We talked a lot and one guy was really pushy about wanting my number and then there was an obviously older guy who thought it was really funny but told him to leave it. The older guy was interesting to chat to and really wanted me to play something ...
... t really apply here. We sang to our cab driver, he said we should apply for Ghana's Got Talent! I've gotten really off topic here! Our daily routine- by night time we get served dinner at about 6.30pm and then we hang out with the kids. Last night we were playing aeroplanes and lots of singing and tickling games. We head back to our room around 8pm to hang out and debrief from the day (which generally consists of lots of talk ...
... rent to anyone who needs a meeting place and most are rented of course, by churches. The group in Accra rents a round hut with open sides but covered at the top. Fresh breeze makes it airy and comfortable but of course the noise of the church groups often having activities and "praise worship" service often makes it a challenge to focus on services (Sunday keeping churches in Africa typically are located very close to where people live and so they have almost five times ...