Hendin Court

Address: Regimanuel Estate, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Regimanuel Estate, Accra.
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At the volunteer house

A travel blog entry by emhealz on Aug 15, 2014

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... the number of shoes left out on the porch. Gideon informed us that in Ghana you do not wear shoes into the house. We all gathered in a common space around a table, met Benedict who gave us all local phones, and went off to sleep for the night to return for 7am breakfast. At breakfast we met the three girls and one boy who had arrived earlier in the day, and were joined by two new girls straight off a plane. We were 19 in ...

Onwards: bangs and bones

A travel blog entry by elrobbo90 on Aug 09, 2014

... to becoming a consultant here. Dr Kwarteng is constantly making brilliantly dark jokes about ebola and anything else he can take the **** out of, including visiting students. Uniformly unbloggable good stuff.

I've been trying to understand how things get paid for here; the jist seems to be that the 'National health insurance scheme/service' pays for people to have a free consultation and a few basic ops, but that materials ...

The trip back to Accra and the flight home

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on May 07, 2014

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... some left over cedis that he won’t be able to use, so he put those toward the bill, and I intended to put the remainder on my credit card. I had called and let the credit card company know in advance that I would be travelling internationally, so this should be no problem.

However, things seldom go as planned. When he swiped my credit card he then asked for my PIN number. I explained that it was a ...

When you have nothing but still smiling

A travel blog entry by bwaite on Jan 18, 2014

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... to go. When I couldn't drink water from a tap. When the roads were dirt instead of gravel. When I had to wash my clothes by hand in a bucket outside. When I had to travel 45 minutes by taxi to buy shampoo. When they didn't speak English. When I didn't know what I was eating. When I didn't know where I was or what I was doing. My happiness wasn't there anymore. It was replaced by fear and uncertainty at being so far out of my comfort zone I didn't ...

Beaches, Market Madness, Accra Love and Farewells

A travel blog entry by antandrel on Jan 01, 2014

... passionate about his area and we spent 2 great hours walking the streets, visiting the local markets, a community school where the kids welcomed us with songs and poetry and walking the labyrinth of alleyways where the people of Nima live. We can't recommend this tour enough, if we were to visit Accra again the first thing we'd do is contact Charles!!

So, all good things must come to an end and after 2 and a half amazing months ...

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