Wadoma Royale Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kumasi
... He lives alone, but his 8 wives and 21 children can visit him whenever they'd like.
Tomorrow I'm heading to Lake Bosomtwe, a fresh-water lake about 45 minutes from here for some chillaxing.
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... I don't really want to think through what may have happened if he hadn't noticed that and it had burst into flames. Jack and I were in the room next door and would be required to go by the room with the electrical box to get to an exit. I have to confess that poor electrical wiring and things of that nature are dangers of going to a third world country that never crossed my mind, although when I think about it, it's not a surprising danger to face here. ...
Went for a walk
around town looking for a cake shop, but no chance. We did see a sign
for a meat shop and walked over to it only to find the meat was live
meat! It was a pleasant enough stroll though.
Mike spent the
day cleaning Kirsty and trying to get on line. Not a lot of joy with
that. I was busy getting ready to leave tomorrow. The stay here has
been quite nice, the singing was lovely but not keen on the
... of the bedrooms. We were asked to group back on to the truck as Ishi needed to speak to us. As we arrived she had called Chris off of the truck and we assumed she needed him to do something. Unfortunately we had to be told that Chris had been informed that his father had just passed away.
The group were devastated for him and quickly flights were arranged for him to fly home to ...
... left or right, so when we leave the roads that are somewhat paved and get onto the bumpy dirt roads, it's mostly a balancing act of the passengers leaning on the other side so the car won't buckle sideways (it's not like we haven't seen tro-tros lying sideways on the streets before). But fear not about our safety! The tro-tros are blessed by biblical sayings on their windshields. Mostly it's sayings like "God is almighty" or "Jesus loves you" but sometimes they make ...