Novotel Accra City Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... their bags in Accra for a month. Not surprisingly, they happened to be great people, and so we do spend a lot of time having fun with them, weather it is playing Ultimate, drinking and eating or goofing by the pool. No wonder their month is coming to an end so quickly.
We had many opportunites to celebrate, visit new places and meet new people with whom we will spend this second year. It really looks like it will be a great one...
... getting Dorothy and her crew from work, we headed home and the first thing we both needed was a shower. I don't think I've ever scrubbed that amount of black off me, just from wondering around the streets of a city. The day ended with a few games of crib and tasty cold beer.
On Wednesday we woke up to no power as a raging storm went through early in the morning, with the power going out probably around 7am. We went for breakfast at a place around the corner that had a ...
... m drinking close to 4-5L of water every day, even getting used to the food (ok I won’t go that far but it hasn’t been too bad yet!). I have to say the one thing I cannot get used to here is the smell- sometimes as you’re walking along it just hits you like a tonne of bricks. They have no waste collection system at all so all the rubbish and sewage gets dumped on the sides of the road and when it builds up too much they burn it. That is the smell ...
... as I arrived in our little town called Iron City, Kasoa. As you can see from the photos, it is a dirt road area with chickens and goats freely roaming the streets. Interestingly these guys are not feral, and often end up on our dinner plate apparently. Im not sure how one is to determine who might own any particular animal but the locals seem to have it all worked out. Romain and myself were given a special welcome by the schoolkids on our first day, which involved dancing ...
... Before we took off, men and women came up and down the isle trying to sell CD's of all types of music, watches, newspapers, PK (small packs of chewing gum), mobile phone top up cards and so forth. It was a constant parade until we left, including a blind beggar asking for change. At least he carried a cane and acted as if he were blind, but I noticed how he carefully stepped over someone's bag that was in the isle, even glancing ...