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The two men came up to the car when we stopped and offered me a rate of 3.82, which I accepted and changed a little more money. Sadly, if the owner of the hotel hadn’t been a little greedy he could have come out money ahead by accepting what I originally offered him…
I will probably not be able to post to the blog again until I reach Accra sometime late on Wednesday. I do not anticipate having internet access in ...
... machine I am not used to, and if I'm honest I can't see myself getting used to - hand washing sucks big time. I'm not that great at it, and it takes forever - 3 pairs of shorts/pants, 3 shirts and a weeks worth of underwear - that'll take about 40 minutes, in the heat and humidity. I will not be sorry to kiss hand washing goodbye at all! Thankfully in what is now less than a month I'll be off to Italy with some friends and our first accommodation is a little apartment that features ...
... grass with a blade (I mostly observed for that). And then the work was done - it was 9:30am. I went and found Jemima (who I've been working with at the zoo previously) to see if there was anything else to do and I was put to working on tallying the number of visitors per day to the zoo for the month into categories. Not the most interesting of tasks, but it is useful and saw a decent part of my time there used as opposed to wasted and it was interesting to see ...
... from the cells to 'The Door of No Return' - the door the slaves walked through to board the slave boats that would take them away from Africa forever. We also viewed the cell that slaves who misbehaved or attempted to escape in which up to 50 slaves would be placed at a time and left there until they died and none of the bodies would be removed until the last of the slaves had died. Our final stops were the governors quarters which had lovely views over the ocean. Stop ...
... He lives alone, but his 8 wives and 21 children can visit him whenever they'd like.
Tomorrow I'm heading to Lake Bosomtwe, a fresh-water lake about 45 minutes from here for some chillaxing.
Thank you to everyone that has emailed me or commented on my blog so far. I love hearing from you and apologize that I can't respond to everyone. Internet is very scarce around here. But please keep your comments and emails coming :)
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Wadoma Junction, Abuakwa-Manhia, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $55
26 Silicon Avenue, Kumasi, Ghana, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $55
Accra Rd., Kumasi | Hotel
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Adiembra, opp Dr. Badoe Memorial Clinic, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $40
16 Kegyase, near Santasi, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $30
T.U.C. Estate, Behind C.A.C. Fankyenbra, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $30