Ramada Resort Accra
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
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... do as I'm already planning my next adventure as life is truly to short to stay in one place for to long. And Sometimes the miles of road ahead of you can give you breathing space that other journeys can't and i need that breathing space x I thank you for reading my blog I hope you have enjoyed reading it as much as I have writing it this is not the end of my adventures I hope to be able to do so much more travelling and volunteering in the future . Xxxx peace out one love pray for all ...
Many of you are probably first wondering, 'where in the hell is Ghana.' This beautiful country is in west Africa. Second question would be, 'how the hell did you end up there?!?' Well friends, it's all my dad Greg's fault this time! We actually have a family friend in Ghana who became a second son to my dad when he went to the University of Windsor. Jason had rented from his student rental house who then became the house landlord and dad's worker around the ...
... buy some parts
for the generator, some success but our big buy was bacon eggs and
Another busy day for Mike working on
the generator. I had a people watching day, there was a drum and
dance performance this afternoon and I helped a bit with the
Mike still working on generator, so
near and yet so far with it. He tries really hard but I still ...
After spending all of Sunday 26th, at my home in Lagos catching up on emails and various other responsibilities, and our minds still fresh with pleasant memories of our fellowship with the faithful brethren in Cotonou, Republic of Benin, we left Lagos as early as 4:30am 27th, Monday morning for the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Ikeja, Lagos for the 40mins flight to Accra Ghana. Waking up so early to ...
... probably a bit glamorous as it really just involves tipping a bucket of water on yourself and trying to soap at the same time. I must say though that as I have acclimatised I have begun to look forward to them, which is the case for many other Ghanaian ways of life also.
In terms of daily life, we are up at around six, and off to help the orphan kids have breakfast. The school day then starts which is pretty manic, and I have attempted to take a couple of classes. I ...