The Almond Tree Guest House

Address: Elmina, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel is located in Elmina.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Elmina

    The trip to Elmina

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Aug 11, 2015

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... the hotel. As we were walking in I heard someone calling my name. One of our members, Richard Eshun, who works in Accra was driving by in his company car. He stopped and we
    had a short chat, introduced him to the girls, and then he had to go.
    Our journey down the coast was the best kind – smooth and completely uneventful! The trip gave the girls their first good look at the country and the people. There is a lot ...

    Leprosy camp

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 12, 2015

    11 photos

    ... tonight was fish straight from the ocean-skin, eyes, bones and all. We couldn’t safely try it so I politely had much more rice than any person should consume in one sitting and tried to compensate.

    The girls sat with us for the first time ever and we enjoyed conversation about American movies and tv shows that they watch here. We did so in the dark of course, as the lights had been out since ...

    African game night!

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 09, 2015

    6 photos

    ... pushing it so I sat down. About 5 minutes passed by when an older volunteer I had never met came in. Mary is 30 years old and is a second year med student in New York and gave me a better tour of the hospital and advice on how to keep busy even if they insist you sit. She really took me under her wing and helped me to meet a few doctors at the hospital. Additionally, she went with me to make rounds with the doctors and we saw some amazing ...

    Word vomit... no, actual vomit

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 08, 2015

    15 photos

    ... seemed to be practically ignored. Most patients are in the open areas, with just a portable curtain on wheels for when it is time to change diapers or do any exposing daily cares.

    Shortly thereafter, I was just sitting at a table watching them speak their native tongues. I realized within a few minutes, it was time to speak up. I introduced myself to this lovely nurse, with whom I instantly befriended. She introduced herself once I asked for her name and ...

    Learning the Ghanaian Way

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 07, 2015

    6 photos

    ... you feel safe.” It was something so eloquently put and really made me feel safe here. Also, the police officer compound where all their policemen live is right next door, so that’s an added safety bonus.

    Eric then dropped me off at my host home where I made my way up the stairs (yes, there are 2 stories) to my room. Locked. What now? Ellen is gone and I don’t know how to get into my stuff to unpack. After locating and meeting my host mother, who was ...