Novotel Accra City Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... come to the airport to pick us up which made it not only feel easier, but also homy. Picked up by a friend, that is also almost family now.
Quickly, we reconnected with our life here, and we found out that nothing has really change, except the inflation. The cedi is now at almost 4 to 1$, when it was 2 to 1 a year ago.
The real change is within us. We now are seasoned veterans. We now how things work, we now how ...
... straight to Osu to find the sports bar we had been recommended 'Epo's'. This was harder than expected and in our aimless drifting, the street sellers gathered like wolves to sheep. A new favourite tactic it seems is to ask a name, then begin making a personalised bracelet before any objection can be given. The victims mounted but, at a small cost, one seller pointed us in the right direction. The bar was a perfect spot, a spacious roof terrace ...
... is the biggest sport, they absolutely live and breathe soccer. Some of them have even gotten a marker to write names ( like RONALDO) on the backs of their t-shirts to be like real soccer jerseys. A few have asked if we could buy them some football boots so we’re going to look into it and see if it’s possible. We have bought a lot of kids new flip flops (thongs) this week, it seems they go through them so quickly though!
We’re taking the ...
... that was! a lobster kebab, chicken satay, vegetable skewer, steak, baracuda, meatballs and spicy sausage with rice, mini pizza, salad, roast potatoes and sauce later, we were all stuffed. but made we made room to indulge in chocolate brownie and caramel apple CAKE :):):)
that night was spent chilling around the bar before going to bed at midnight ish ready for a day of beach fun Times on Saturday!
we got up early on Saturday and had ...
... district every day, I cannot. Financially while I wish we could send resources, support, and peer-to-peer programs to every place that asks, we currently cannot.
Both logistically and financially Exponential Education, the kids, teachers, and school of Ghana, and I need your help! On our own, in Ghana, we have reached out to the US Peace Core, foreign mining companies, and local NGOs for help with logistics, money, and program management. ...