Ramada Resort Accra
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Me Ma wo adwo,
Day 2 started with Breakfast (boiled potatoes, scrambled eggs, baked beans, sausages, bread, milk, yoghurt, etc). Believe me, some children had it ALL! The target (as I was made to understand) was to break the record of eating the largest breakfast. No Comment!
The group set off at 11 a.m. on a visit to Makola …
Arik Flight 0071 left MMIA at 7:40a.m. The 45 minute flight was short but fun. All the passengers could feel the excitement.
From Kotoka Airport, into a large passenger bus...Not a moment to loose......off we go on a drive-through tour of Accra. A quick peek at the Makola Market, the Independence Square, Kwame Nkrumah Gardens, etc.
... back on and off quite regularly. I know that in the grand scheme of things not having a fan to sleep with at night might not sound like such a big deal but when it is so hot that you are sticking to the bed, it seems to make all the other little things ten times worse. It’s currently off as I’m writing this but luckily it’s a rainy day (the first rain I’ve seen since being here!) so for the moment it’s not too bad.
Now onto a topic that ...
... a real treat, a local group will be
performing on the stage.
What a treat it
was, the music was absolutely blaring, the singing was monotonous and
out of tune and it went on until just gone 2 am. At that time music
was still going on next door and so there was little sleep last
Today we set of
on the moped to the Angolan Embassy. We got there alright ...
... la meilleure fête d'Halloween. Çe moment-là va rester gravé dans ma mémoire pour longtemps...
So it was Halloween. For the first time in more than 10 years, since we bought our house on Monarch Park, I won't be decorating a porch or carve a pumpkin. There is a staff party organised by Jodi and Tom, but I am not really into it, since it is still and always summer here.
On the morning of the 31st though, I decide at the ...