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

      Kokrobite-Accra

      A travel blog entry by jeneggener on Aug 20, 2014

      7 comments

      ... or teaching them the fishing business. So the next time you get frustrated sitting in traffic, or waiting in a long line at the grocery store, or when the battery on your iPhone is about to go out, think about how minimal and temporary most of our first world problems are. Think about how hundreds of millions of people are currently living through Civil War, Ebola, hunger, overpopulation, extreme poverty, to name a few. Be thankful for what we have. Until next summer. peace, ...

      Vacation Day 17

      A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on May 04, 2014

      23 photos

      ... tried walking to find a tro tro to Kaneshi but we had to take a taxi to Winneba Junction in the end. Then after waiting for a while we found a tro tro to Kaneshi. The ride was fine Melissa and I talked a bit, it took about two hours. When we arrived in Kaneshi we took a tro tro to Tema Station and then we took a tro tro to Dunkwa Circle (roundabout) but the mate (the man organizing the stops) did not listen to us well and he took us to the wrong place. He was going to just drop ...

      Day 3 Orientation

      A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on Dec 04, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      I woke up this morning and had breakfast with with Luis and Yvette. Solomon met us at the Pink Hostel after breakfast was done. He talked to us about how we must extend our visa if we are staying for longer than 60 days. Which meant Luis and I both had to extend it. SYTO only extends the first 4 months so I extended another two months on top of that so in May I have to extend it another 6 months.

      Once we were at the visa extension place ...

      Day 5: "Acolay acolay! Winiafi wini!"

      A travel blog entry by mays.tamu.ghana on Aug 07, 2013

      3 photos

      The lyric that is the title of this blog is most likely spelled terribly wrong, but everyone has been repeating it all day. It came from a song that we learned during our African dance and drum lesson this morning. This was an exciting few hours for us all as we drummed and danced our hearts out. It was an experience like nothing any of us have done before, and has been labeled the best memory of the trip so far by some of us. We were sweating and smiling the entire time and ...

      Coffins and Markets

      A travel blog entry by jvbmeow on May 27, 2013

      ... instrument made out of hollowed kalabash. We spent some time learning different techniques and all walked away with our new distraction. He loves youtube and has videos of his music for us to learn to play better. Check him out, it is pretty neat! From the market we headed to lunch again and returned to the hotel to work on our studies. Time to get serious, class ...