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

    Back to the city!

    A travel blog entry by daniellefraser on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... the volunteer house took us to Labadi, which is his home town for the food festival. He took us into his family home and introduced us to everyone. The town looked very poor but everywhere you looked you saw happy people who were looking forward to their festival.

    Eben's family were so welcoming and made sure that we understood what was going on. One of his family members wanted to take us on a walk and we ended up in another family members ...

    Taith i'r traeth

    A travel blog entry by elrobbo90 on Aug 03, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... of fish which I swear was walking but i had suncream all over my hands so couldnt get a snap of it. Literally looked like a step in our sea-to-land evolution...

    There were ladies collecting snails from the sheltered lagoon formed by the bank of sand which was the main beach. We had to get a small boat over to this, and we remained there until 4pm, playing volleyball and chilling in a sun/shade combination, depending on whiteness and complacency. ...

    And what a week it's been!

    A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Apr 29, 2014

    62 photos

    ... people here, when driving almost every car, truck or tro has a sticker on the back saying something like God is love, God is king, thank you Jesus, humble thy self etc... 70% of Ghanaians are Christian however the further north into the country you go most people are Muslim so it’s very rare to see but I saw one sticker saying Allah is great.

    The whole weekend was a bit of a blur, it was amazing to see how other cultures celebrate Easter. ...

    Halloween!

    A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Nov 02, 2013

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    ... while Kiyo is taking a bye this year. The whole elementary school seems to be at the party where games, costume contest and trick or treats is planned. Etienne has a very good time and so am I, eating a great burger by the lovely pool. I feel like I am in a resort in Cuba for a moment.

    Then on Saturday, it is the staff party. This time, Kiyo is involved as a member of the Haunted and scary house Jodi, Tom and a few other teacher have planned and built. ...

    Visit to Cape Coast Castle

    A travel blog entry by hswett on Aug 16, 2013

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    ... Castle is one of a number of "slave castles", fortifications in Ghana built by Swedish traders, originally for trade in timber and gold, later used in the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Other Ghanaian slave castles include the Portuguese foundation of Elmina Castle (later Dutch) and Fort Christiansborg. They were used to hold slaves before they were loaded onto ships and traded in the Americas and the Caribbean. This “gate of no ...