- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... got a lot of them! Leanne, Vicki, Lucy, Danielle, Kate and Kristina have joined our gang and are loving being with the kids as much as I do. Our first weekend together we stayed around Senya Beraku (the town which the orphanage is in), we went down to an old run down castle for a drink Saturday afternoon. It was so beautiful to sit atop a mostly dilapidated castle and watch all the fishing canoes out in the ocean bring in their catch while the grass around the castle was ...
... encouraged my beliefs regardless of the fact that they may have been polar opposites to theirs. I watched the way they treated people, the way they loved each other, the way they supported us through anything, the way other people gravitated to them, and I wanted to be just like them. I became the person I am today through learning from them. I get my head strong character, my creativity, my sentimental nature, the ability to view the world through multiple ...
... 40+ kids sharing 12 discs on a dirt field full of rocks, throwing and running an there is absolutly no injury to report. After a few drills and basic throws, we organise a pick up game and again, they show great discipline. They also demonstrate that they can easily transfer their basketball skills to the game : their positioning is often great.
Overall, it was a complete success. Thank you Nathan! I am now a regular volunteer at DUNK!
... for the first few days. They live in a suburb of Accra called Tema. It took us well over an hour to get to their house...through some of the worst traffic you can imagine. Their house is a neat house surrounded by a high wall and double locked gates. A boy in his late teens opened the gate. I thought he might be one of their sons, but he seemed to be a live in helper who I believe lived in the a dwelling in the back yard. The neighborhood was quiet by ...
... that there were bad spirits in the water - and to Togoville, a voodoo village which was the first village of the Togo area and has a church full of paintings of martyred African men who were killed by the early Togolese people when they started preaching Christianity instead of voodoo. In Ouidah, in Southern Benin, we visited a Portuguese slave fort and followed the slave route from the fort 4 kms to the shore where the slaves were shipped off to other ...