The African Regent Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... bed ,sharing my home with every creature you could think of watching the fire flies ,the sun set and rise talking to strangers on the street eating fresh pineapple and coconut plantain chips and jilaf rice . I didn’t actually cry, when leaving the schools the villages the towns but I was close to it saying goodbye to people who’ve become close friends since being here was hard to walk away from , And now In the back of the taxi taking our last crazy drive on roads that ...
... anything and everything on the street. At a traffic light in particular, people walk alongside the car carrying all sorts of goods on their heads from water to peanuts to oranges, toilet paper, plantains and anything else imaginable. Really you'd never have to enter a super market if you didn't want to as these people will sell it to you.
Houses in Ghana are built as one gets more money and then they will finish parts or add on. There are many houses in ...
... Mike reckons he was useless. He
had no tools or wire and fittings and could hardly read the wiring
diagram. Did some work but is going to return in the morning with
another guy to help him.
at all, Mike must have frightened him off. Luckily the generator
people in UK have sent a new wiring diagram and some suggestions so
Mike is busy at work on it.1 March
Went into town ...
... hotel where we later in the evening had an interesting discussion and fellowship with him and Mr. David Meselebe, the other elder in Ghana.
Ghana, (according to wikipedia) officially called the Republic of Ghana, is a sovereign state and unitary presidential constitutional republic, located along the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean, in West Africa. Ghana according to information on their ...
... alley, we got out and were told to go down another alley and into some room. That was the first moment I was uncomfortable (ok I was mentally freaking out) because it was pitchdark - meaning no lights at all and we were shoved into a room not knowing whether there were others in there as well and whatnot. Plus we had no clue who these people are, dropping us off in some township and telling us to get into a room of an ...