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

Africa time!!

A travel blog entry by daniellefraser on Aug 17, 2014

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... In turn we spoke about his home life and things that he had been through. My heart broke at some of the stuff he was telling me but I couldn't admire him more as he was getting on with his life and making the most of every opportunity that he was given.

At 11am we were headed off to Volta for the weekend and when it was time to go the boys that we had been chatting to walked us to the bus and waved us goodbye!






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In case of explosion, hit the deck

A travel blog entry by elrobbo90 on Aug 03, 2014

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... us, he explained that he had fallen.

Quite understandably it was amusing to everyone that the paranoid foreigner (obruni as they say here) had thought he was in some Hollywood action movie. I was embarrassed for the rest of the day and still have the grazes on my arms and legs as a memento of my Die Hard dive. Even the next day, people were asking me "Obruni, why did you dive?". At least I know my survival instinct is in good working order anyway!




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Arrival in Accra

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on May 03, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... Shoprite Mall, the only
western-style shopping mall in Ghana that I’m aware of. They have a nice and secure Forex bureau
inside that mall at which I can get about the best exchange rate of anywhere
outside of the black market money changers.
I’ve used the money changers in the past, but it can be an uncomfortable
experience, and the degree of safety is questionable. So I will generally opt for an official Forex
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Day 2 orientation

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on Dec 03, 2013

5 comments, 50 photos

... day and everybody gos to the square. It is the second largest square in the world. It looks amazing. Then we went to a massive market. All the stalls looked the same heaps of bright and colourful clothing, bags, jewelry and sculptures. You cannot not walk anywhere in there without getting yanked on and pulled into each stall to buy things. It was pretty crazy every step someone is pursduading you to buy something. I did not buy much because i bought a Ghanian ID ...

Trip to Koforidua

A travel blog entry by edithschmid on Sep 23, 2013

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... arguing with the driver since he decided while driving that we should give him more money than the price we agreed upon. The end of the story is that we won but he kicked us out at the Boti waterfall and drove off. So we stood 10km outside of Koforidua next to a waterfall in the middle of nowhere without a car taking us back. Yeah we didn't think that one through. But one thing after the other. First point on the agenda: Check out the ...