Hendin Court

Regimanuel Estate, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by jeneggener on Aug 20, 2014


... 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, ...

Learning the Ghanaian ways...

A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Apr 18, 2014

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... food!) It's such a different lifestyle but so far I'm adjusting well, some of the girls who have been here longer says it gets harder to go without our basic needs- running water, real food etc...the longer you're here so we'll see how I go. The heat is exhausting and never let's up- we've already gotten used to drinking water and eating ice creams out of bags! (Very strange but that's how it comes here!) The girls that ...

Ga Ga for Ghana

A travel blog entry by nickyloo on Feb 04, 2014

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... was pleasant enough but pretty similar to other African cities I’ve been to. We visited some coffin makers who make elaborate coffins based on the deceased’s profession or personality. There was one especially for me – a woman giving birth (see the picture). We also visited the main market, which was an amazing experience. I have been to many markets in East Africa but nothing quite like this. The sounds and ...

Day 6 - Part 1: Today We Had a Funeral...

A travel blog entry by mays.tamu.ghana on Aug 08, 2013

... rich and poor. Its sad to say that this view point won't change anytime soon because Ghana is a heavily indebted country. Unemployment is lower here than in the States, which one would find surprising. However, the unemployment percentage is low because many are employed informally as a means to survive, selling snacks or anything they can on the streets to get by.

We learned so much during the seminars, but then we went out to see it for ourselves...


A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Aug 06, 2013

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Pour notre première journée, le bus de l'école amène les nouveaux arrivés pour une journée de shopping. Le traffic est infernal, tout semble en construction et le code de la route n'est qu'indicatif. Conduire dans Paris semble être de la rigolade à côté.

Notre premier arrêt est à une compagnie de téléphonie portable, MTN. Chacun ouvre un compte de téléphone. Ici, il y a très peu de lignes fixes. Par contre, absolument TOUT les ...

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