The African Regent Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
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... our bearings. It was a great day as we got to know them and got chatting- they all seemed so lovely. We went to the centre of Accra and went to the craft market, a museum and the city centre. It was also great to be using public transport such as the trotro's to get around- a great introduction to Ghanaian culture.
By the time we got back to the volunteer house we had a couple of hours to kill before dinner so we chatted to all of ...
... us go, a feat much MUCH easier said than done, our cook Bernice brought us on a walking tour around Senya. When you leave our little neighborhood you eventually end up on the Main Street, skittered by venders and families and children everywhere.While on our tour, I began to think "hello what is your name" was one word, a synonym basically for the American "hey." At the coast we went into an abandoned fort referred to ...
... little controversial, exorcism. African culture (especially in Ghana) are strong believers in black magic, dark spirits, the devil etc... and over the past few weeks late at night we quite often will hear or be woken up by an exorcism taking place in the field just by our house. They go on for hours at a time and all you can hear is groaning, grunting and lots of yelling and calling to Jesus. I have to say the first time it happened was one f the scariest moments of my ...
... to return to is less of a safety net than the place you went to explore. Be willing to open up to the risk of it to find out who you are - your true character, spirit, heart and soul - untouched and fragile, yet magnificent and powerful in it's absolute uniqueness to you. The fear that discovering your surroundings aren't as comfortable and secure as they once were - of not feeling like you belong - may be daunting. But the excitement of ...
... his foot caught in the rope of a goods cart being walked through the markets carrying a tonne of rice, once his foot was freed, he then had to help the local guy move the cart out of the path of another oncoming cart with a bigger load. It was absolute chaos but we loved it, though 3 hours was more than enough time to immerse ourselves.
From Kumasi it was off to our final destination, Accra where we spent 4 days exploring the city and ...