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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
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... and the ferry ride, it was off to Union Station for a train ride. This would have been a lot more fun, except carrying your luggage up and down a bunch of stairs to get to the train and then down to your hotel is exactly as lame as you'd imagine it to be. By the end though, I apparently had such a painful look on my face, because I had some locals offer to carry my luggage up the stairs for me; now of course I was never going to say no ...
... will be spending most of my time in the clinic and with mobile health clinics.
James will be working at the schools and orphanage.
On the weekends we will be traveling around Ghana sightseeing with the agency.
After 6 weeks of working hard, we will be heading to South Africa for some well deserved R&R. The part of the trip includes time at ...
... Portugal has the best player in the World in CR7 or Ronaldo and Ghana is the most complete African team trying to erase the memory of losing to Uruguay. This is the toughest group with excellent teams and it is truly a pity to lose two of these outstanding teams in the first round so...
Portugal to top the group by producing a SUPERB performance against the Germans
Germany to seal their place in the next round
Note: Ghana can trouble any team and only ...
... some more. The only bad part of the day was when we discovered the dinosaur park cost extra to get into.
5 pm arrived and we met up with the rest of the group at the gate while everyone got kicked out of the theme park. At 5.20 the let us back in, out of the rain for our halloween haunt buffet dinner and pre-scare. Night admission wasn't until 7 unless you had the dinner ticket.
The buffet was well over crowded and the food consisted of sloppy joes, fries, hot dogs, ...
... typical surfer guys who are always out on the water... Which obviously would be a good thing for us now since it means they are experienced. We are told not to worry about getting wet, that is just part of the adventure and as for the canoe flipping over and getting us near drowning, well, that only happened once and in horrible weather conditions. An immediate look up to the sky. It is gray and looks like rain. That is not too comforting...
We get our life jackets on ...