Savannah Beach Guesthouse

Address: 35 Lagoon Road, Teshie, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 35 Lagoon Road, Teshie, Accra.
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      Travel Blogs from Accra


      A travel blog entry by jeneggener on Aug 20, 2014


      ... We don't have to share a hole in the ground with the rest of our village. We have electricity 24/7. Our public toilets generally don't make you want to vomit. The minimum wage in Ghana is 6 cedis a day. That's about $2. Even though the cost of living here is significantly lower than that in the US, how does someone support a family of 6 making $2 a day? Forget education. Many people can't afford school fees so they put their children to work selling water on ...

      Vacation Day 17

      A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on May 04, 2014

      23 photos

      ... to the room and got our bags, Melissa’s backpack had broken so we had bought a bag to put her things in when we were in town. It was a very awkward bag to carry so I had the idea she should carry it on her head so we had a bit of fun trying to make it work. Emmanuel Sam was also there and we said goodbye to him.

      When we walked back we went back through the restaurant/hostel run by Isaac and he helped us to fix the bag onto Melissa’s head for her to carry ...

      Ga Ga for Ghana

      A travel blog entry by nickyloo on Feb 04, 2014

      2 comments, 36 photos

      ... Now we’re in Mole National Park. This morning we went for an early game walk where we saw plenty of warthogs and baboons and had a very brief glimpse of some elephants. Unfortunately there are only about 300 elephants left in West Africa and even fewer big cats. The rest of the day will be spent going between the pool at the hotel we’re camping in, the sun loungers and the bar…’s a hard life!


      Accra...historic but modern

      A travel blog entry by ll2013 on Aug 07, 2013

      42 photos

      ... children using scientific formulas (like age, gender, etc), if only we had known. The children have formed 'teams' and stay together gisting, trading stories, planning their next adventure, how to escape the Aunties and Uncles who watch them closely, etc.

      Well, pictures tell the story!

      Yours truly,

      The Laugh & Learn Team 2013


      Coffins and Markets

      A travel blog entry by jvbmeow on May 27, 2013

      ... an unexpected happy place during our visit. After this, we headed to the market, but not without hugs from some excited children on the street again yelling "Obruni!" At the market we found numerous vendors inviting us in, and again touching our arms to try and direct us into their shops. We were enticed by a man named Mohammed Gnugu who taught us how to play ...

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