J2N Guest House

Address: Almond Road 8A, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Almond Road 8A, Accra.
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    Travel Blogs from Accra

    Croc Show

    A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Jan 04, 2015

    12 comments, 9 photos

    ... plenty of staff

    We had to wait, but it weren’t long really

    She ran all kinds of tests on me, took my temperature, blood pressure, then took blood samples (we had to wait for the results on that) she said my blood pressure was very low, my weight wasn’t what she expected (neither was anything I expected, I had lost over 10 kilos)

    Martha haggled with the cab driver, we never had much money, so we got it down to 160 Ghana Cedis and ...

    Our last few days

    A travel blog entry by daniellefraser on Aug 27, 2014

    8 photos

    ... br>

    That evening Liz, Hannah, Alex, Mum, Ollie and me went out to an English Bar in Osu and we had a few cocktails and food. It was so lovely to chat with them and to spend some more time with them after everything that they had done for us. Ollie had one cocktail too many and was very 'drunk'. In the taxi home he was staring at the driver with his tongue hanging out of his mouth! My mum and Hannah were dying ...

    A tidy start

    A travel blog entry by elrobbo90 on Jul 19, 2014

    ... the place and we all went out last night, was class...a good ghanaian akwaaba (welcome). plenty of dodgy shapes were thrown. Off to sort a sim card so I can spread the word about my arrival to the good people of Accra and meet up with a friend of a friend from uni. all is ...

    Castles galore

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Feb 21, 2014

    43 photos

    ... of the best things
    though with some lovely coloured fishing boats on the water around
    the castle. From here we drove a short hop to Cape Coast castle. This
    was a purpose built castle for slavery built in 1637. It was built by
    the Dutch and then expanded by the Swedes. It changed hands 5 times
    in 13 years until 1664 when it was captured by the British. In the
    200 years that Britain had it it served as the Colonial capital and
    administration building ...

    Sad Goodbyes

    A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Jan 11, 2014

    9 comments, 8 photos

    ... positioning myself in the cocktail bar to sample a few of their delights. After a paddle in the sea with Helen, Em and Christina I decided to call it a night at about 2am.

    I said a sad goodbye in the morning to Becci, she's been such an amazing tent buddy and I had originally planned to be travelling on to Togo and Benin with her so was also very jealous that she was going to have an amazing time without me. I then headed ...