Safari Beach Lodge
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... 8217;s I met at the Winneba Aboakye Festival. The girls invited me to a game of table tennis so they played against me and a *****ian man. When we had finished playing I went and sat with them on their table.
Jannick finally arrived and brought her friend Anja we were so happy to finally see each other. I showed them our room and they freshened up. When we were ready we walked to the restaurant and by 9:30pm we were eating. I ate stew with rabbit ...
I woke up at 7am and packed my things for the weekend. I walked to Texaco and arrived at 8:25am. Knowing I was early I went and checked the ticket prices and they were the same as last time, Cina and Jenny arrived at 8:35am and Tinne at 8:40am because of the traffic around Texaco. We bought our tickets, that SYTO would reimburse which is awesome, since they organized the trip they pay our transport. Solomon came to the station and said ...
I woke up this morning not feeling great, we met up with Yaw who was even more hung over he recons he is practicing for tomorrow night. Then Lara, Yvette and I all went to Coconut Dream for breakfast I could hardly eat a slice of bread I just felt so sick. We wanted to go to Butre beach and I did not know if I should go because I felt so sick but I decided I did not want to miss out. Then after Butre beach I wanted to go for a surf, I was hoping ...
... yummy. The music was very annoying at this place so we went to Coconut Dream where we had the yam chips from. It was very very busy and there were no chairs on their own so we were put with other people. This was a nice easy way to meet people, there were two Canadian girls and one Dutch boy I think one of the Canadian girls was going out with the Dutch boy. We had some beer and chatted for a long time they are volunteers in Burkinafaso (I have ...
... played drums and did a great job of it. Then they played lots of loud Ghanian music and we all danced it was a lot of fun although more than half of the people mostly white people did not dance which kind of surprised me. We danced for a very long time we got tired and Lara and I had a break for a while and just enjoyed the atmosphere of the party. Then once we were dancing again I noticed in the corner a circle was forming and some instruments were playing so ...