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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... question with someone; like, "Excuse me, where's the bank?". You must properly greet the person first. It's the polite way to ask for information. "Hello. Good afternoon. How are you?". After you exchange answers with each other, then you can ask where the bank is. The Food: The food blows. Locals primarily eat banku (made of corn) or fufu (made of cassava) to eat with their stews. No silverware is used. Banku and fufu are huge balls, a little softer and less firm ...
... café and photocopied my non-citizen ID card. She then scanned the photocopy and I had to buy 30 minutes internet time so I could send it in an email to Solomon in Accra.
She sent the scanned ID card to my email address for $1 which I think is ridiculously expensive for here considering you can buy dinner, a bowl of fufu in soup, for $0.30. The whole process cost me $2.10. The man sitting next to me in the internet café was talking to me and noticed my phone was ...
This morning I woke at 5:45am and got up at 6:20am, even though I am very tired I feel almost 100% better. For breakfast I ate tom brow and bread but it was too hot. By 7am I was on the street reading my book waiting for the school taxi to arrive. The school taxi picked me up at 7:30am and Millicent and Joanna sat on my lap. Millicent is not easy to hold and it is so frustrating, I prefer having Bright on my lap he is a lot easier. When I arrived at work I ...
... and things like that. Then we had to try and call a taxi for me but it did not work so I told Naomi I would just walk. So at 6pm I started walking, I felt a little annoyed and tired. Then two Ghanaian men tried talking to me Godfrey and Francis and Francis was very persistent to get my number but I told him I would not change my mind. Eventually he got quiet annoying and he also wanted to know where I lived and since we were both going to Ekwamkrom ...
... some other volunteers are staying in tents at Jah Mighty Love Land bar and guest house, on the beach. While we were sitting on the beach a large group of about 10 crabs, large or small, kept scuttling over to us slowly, only to scuttle away when we shone a light at them. It's very funny! Tomorrow I'm cooking spaghetti bolognaise for my host family. I don't know how well it will go.