The Cottage

Address: 7 Gaby Street, Parakuo Estate, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 7 Gaby Street, Parakuo Estate, Accra.
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    Travel Blogs from Accra

    Finally Here!

    A travel blog entry by sarunghay65 on Jan 14, 2015

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    So I'm finally in Ghana. I got in last night at 8pm Ghana time (5 hours ahead of PA) and was through the airport in about 20 minutes! I was a little worried getting through customs because the man checking my passport noticed my passport photo, the photo they took when I came in 2011 and then he saw me and asked why my face keeps changing...according to him I look YOUNGER. Oh well! It seems youthfulness is my fate and it's time to accept it. I'm staying in the Royal Tesano Hotel. ...

    Lazy day

    A travel blog entry by lucy.wright on Nov 29, 2014

    ... sea for the rest of the afternoon it was a young Ghanaian boy not sure of his age but he just ran into the sea and didn't come out so sad if only we had known we may have been able to of saved his life the current can get pretty strong and I could feel it pulling me out when I was surfing yesterday however I'm much older and a little stronger and was surrounded by people who would be able to help me if I needed it . so sad what a waste of a life :-( . Sadly in ...

    Halfway in Ghana

    A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on May 11, 2014

    ... back on and off quite regularly. I know that in the grand scheme of things not having a fan to sleep with at night might not sound like such a big deal but when it is so hot that you are sticking to the bed, it seems to make all the other little things ten times worse. It’s currently off as I’m writing this but luckily it’s a rainy day (the first rain I’ve seen since being here!) so for the moment it’s not too bad.

    Now onto a topic that ...

    The love of a parent

    A travel blog entry by bwaite on Feb 06, 2014

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    ... encouraged my beliefs regardless of the fact that they may have been polar opposites to theirs. I watched the way they treated people, the way they loved each other, the way they supported us through anything, the way other people gravitated to them, and I wanted to be just like them. I became the person I am today through learning from them. I get my head strong character, my creativity, my sentimental nature, the ability to view the world through multiple ...

    Beaches, Market Madness, Accra Love and Farewells

    A travel blog entry by antandrel on Jan 01, 2014

    ... got lost among the alleys of shoe and sandal makers, we were offered a turkey in the bird market where cages full of chickens, guinea fowl, turkeys and pigeons were piled high, we stumbled across the fetish stalls with their dried chameleons, leopard tails, bird heads, horns and animal hides, we saw bbq bat, cane rats and small deer on the side of the road. At times there were so many people it would take you 10 minutes to walk 20m, Ant at one ...