Raybow International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... frozen cubes on their heads, people loading and unloading boas, women smoking fish, women gutting fish or deep frying fish and selling cooked fish and people just shouting and gesticulating a lot!
We were then shown the various quarters of the twin cities of Takoradi and Sekondi - the colonial areas which are all run down now, the shanty towns, the shopping areas. We passed a bbq cafe where ...
The sermon I gave was again on what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. It fit rather nicely with the sermonette Joseph Baah gave on letting your light shine. It was quite warm, but with the ceiling fan going and a door in the back open to allow for a cross breeze it was tolerable. And then about half way through services we lost power. Oh well.
We did get some rain last night which is very unusual for this time of year. We should be at the ...
... eight years I’ve been working in Ghana it has happened several times now that a member has decided for one reason or another to take a second wife. In every case we have been consistent in our approach and teaching, and have not allowed him to attend Church until the matter and sin is resolved. To not do so only creates confusion and hurts the membership, not to mention tarnishing the reputation of the Church of God. But because polygamy is ...
... don't go to plan, but you end up getting the most amazing stories from it. To be honest, this passion for travelling is sort of another draw factor for nursing, as I know that travel is a possibility, to almost all corners of the globe ( I never really understood that expression, what with the globe being a sphere and what not). Anyhoo, my dinner is going cold in front of me, so I'll Catch you from somewhere in the world, Renny ...
... quite strange being at the hospital today with a 17 yo boyo coming in and collapsing (he has since passed away, so I'm not going to get into details about how this happened). The situation made me incredibly angry, and could have possibly been prevented ( I say possibly, and I mean it, I guess you never really know!). I was also quite upset, and I can't quite explain why wither, but it nearly forced me to leave my ward. ...