Beach Comber

Address: Nungua Beach, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Nungua Beach, Accra.
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      Et c'est reparti... Take two!

      A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Aug 21, 2014

      15 photos

      ... it, we've seen a lot of Ghana already, and we have established some routines already.

      Even though we are not 100% sure of what will happen next year, somehow, it feels like the countdown has already started... And now, I do realize how two years is not a long time...

      And Time is flying right now. We met Alex friends, Cale and Sarah who put their routine on the side to travel the world for a year. After Morocco, they ...

      In case of explosion, hit the deck

      A travel blog entry by elrobbo90 on Aug 03, 2014

      1 comment

      ... us, he explained that he had fallen.

      Quite understandably it was amusing to everyone that the paranoid foreigner (obruni as they say here) had thought he was in some Hollywood action movie. I was embarrassed for the rest of the day and still have the grazes on my arms and legs as a memento of my Die Hard dive. Even the next day, people were asking me "Obruni, why did you dive?". At least I know my survival instinct is in good working order anyway!




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      And what a week it's been!

      A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Apr 29, 2014

      62 photos

      ... ll be very sad to see them go but also excited to meet the next bunch of volunteers coming through! It’s a funny thing to say but I think I’m actually quite getting used to life here- most mornings having a baby wipe shower because it’s easier than a bucket shower, feeling like I’m constantly sweaty and dirty doesn’t seem to mind me much now. I don’t even flinch when I see a goat, pig or chicken roaming around (it’s so common!) ...

      Day 2 orientation

      A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on Dec 03, 2013

      5 comments, 50 photos

      ... give good water such as mobile, standard and ice pack. For a bag that is 500mls its only 1 cedi which is about 50cents, so it very cheap. To drink it you bite on the corner and suck it out, it was so weird when i first saw it. The water does not taste bad at all it is quite nice. We all went to a factory where they take those bags once they are empty and turn them into actually bags such as shopping bags, purses, laptop cases, bathroom bags and handbags. It was ...

      Bye bye Kumasi, hello Ada Foah

      A travel blog entry by edithschmid on Sep 27, 2013

      11 photos

      ... if you subtract the costs for the hostel we have so little left that a cup of coffee is unnecessary luxury for now. Today we walked the 30min to the road in order to have a coconut (quite ironic since we are surrounded by palmtrees) and buy the waterbags the locals usually drink. All in all carrying 8kg of water and other goods for 30min along a dusty road in the heat is exhausting. We managed to get to our hostel before it started pouring down and ate our food under one of ...