Beach Comber

Address: Nungua Beach, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Nungua Beach, Accra.
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      Travel Blogs from Accra

      Accra

      A travel blog entry by tgbenson on Jul 09, 2014

      1 photo

      ... and after agreement of the rate, the counting began. Looking rather anomalous to the scene, Izzy and Lewis carefully counted, while the money changers flicked speedily through the notes. It's funny how under such pressure, counting suddenly becomes remarkably difficult. With some relief, we were then able to split the cash evenly amongst the team. We went back to the mall and met up with Thilak and Joe, the two gap year students from KGS ...

      TEN conference

      A travel blog entry by bastiengest on May 10, 2014

      3 photos

      Alex, l'un des nouveaux enseignants de la classe 2012, est devenu l'un de nos meilleurs amis ici. On est voisins, et on passe de plus en plus de temps ensemble.

      Alex a été le premiers à s'impliquer dans la communauté locale, d'abord en faisant du volontariat dans un orphelinat (il fait du tutorat, aide au bar quand il y a des fêtes, produit des video clip pour le groupe musical de l'orphelinat, entre autre), puis en s'impliquant dans TEN, un ...

      And what a week it's been!

      A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Apr 29, 2014

      62 photos

      ... missing the most right now!

      This weekend we have travelled far to a place called Ada Foah- yesterday we left the orphanage at 9am and after three very long tro rides and a petrifying motorbike taxi we finally reached our resort at 4pm. Ada Foah is where the river meets the sea and it is beautiful. We had dinner on the dock overlooking the river; it definitely made the journey worth it. Then the next day we took a speed boat ride to the Estuary which is the spot ...

      Day 2 orientation

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

      5 comments, 50 photos

      ... quaters and he seperates the meat from the shell with a bit of shell that he cuts off and passes the shell as a plate for you to eat the meat from. We both really disliked the taste and tried to eat and drink it as quick as possible. From the market we went to a park and museum which is dedicated to Ghana's first president Kwame. When we first entered there was an African family vising Ghana and they asked for photos with us so we let them and then one of them started ...

      Road Trip and A Weaving Lesson

      A travel blog entry by mays.tamu.ghana on Aug 10, 2013

      ... for everyone to knock out. We all sleep and spontaneously wake up throughout the trip. Most of us woke up today specifically because our bus driver Ric*********** loud African music! We think he did it on purpose because the bus is too quiet when everyone's asleep and he likes to point things out to us so we can take pictures.
      Around two in the afternoon we stopped at a place where they weave Kente cloths for a ...