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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Miklin Hotel Accra
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... I made my way by the goat herd, past the hair salon so small the customers were getting their 'dos' outside and by a line of delapitated cars with flat tires, broken windows and almost no paint, that have probably been sitting there for years. Everything's covered in red dust. Garbage litters the road. I can't imagine why anyone would ever come here for a holiday by the sea.
But then I do a little research. Ghana is an ...
... was a lot on there, but all that was available was chicken and chips (this happens a lot here, good menu, buggerall available)
After that it was walk in darkened streets back to the church, it’s quite something walking around and all you can see is teeth and eyes and hear scuffling, the street lighting isn’t all that good, virtually nonexistent, no wonder muggings and robberies are rampant here
We got back to the church I went to check on the ...
... keyboard but since I have not played for six months I don’t think I could have played anything. Then the man who bought my smoothie turned out to have a grandfather in Melbourne and was nice to talk to but eventually he also wanted my number. I get a bit over this; you can never have a normal conversation with anyone here without them wanting your number, even with the girls. I eventually left with the man’s business card but I will never be using the ...
... food!) It's such a different lifestyle but so far I'm adjusting well, some of the girls who have been here longer says it gets harder to go without our basic needs- running water, real food etc...the longer you're here so we'll see how I go. The heat is exhausting and never let's up- we've already gotten used to drinking water and eating ice creams out of bags! (Very strange but that's how it comes here!) The girls that ...
... activities apart from the regular sunday services). Sabbath service was pleasant and refreshing. I gave the sermonette and encouraged the brethren to always "Look to the Scriptures" in times of doubts, trials, discouragement and need for doctrinal truth. I used the example of John the baptist who though knew his ministry as being to prepare the way for Christ, baptized Christ and had his status confirmed by a dove coming down on Him and the voice saying "this is my ...