Afia African Village
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Afia African Village
TravelPod Member ReviewsAfia African Village Accra
The rooms were clean and the artwork was amazing!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Afia African Village Accra
Travel Blogs from Accra
We made it! Accra, the capital city of Ghana, is beautiful. It is very warm and humid here. Flying in on the airplane, it looked like the city was sprinkled with Christmas lights. The people have been unbelievably friendly. Right now, we are settling in to our rooms at the Afia Village Hotel that is right on the beach. Hearing the ocean waves …
... belongings into the vehicle and we headed out. While driving down the road, if one wants to call it that, I realized how easy it is to take pavement for granted. Being from New Hampshire I'm used to the post winter frost heaves, but roads in Ghana are like frost heaves on steroids, with very occasional bits of flat. At one point we began to slow down and I looked to see two uniformed men holding AK47s. Our driver ...
... 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!
... upon by goats and pigs. It’s such a strange concept for them to literally just be everywhere but I’m very much used to it now- I think it would be strange to NOT see random animals walking around from now on! Sunday morning some of the older kids at the orphanage took us to church. Wow, what an experience! The service started off as per normal, well we think so anyway because we couldn’t understand a word of what was being said! Then all of a sudden ...
... the last day or so before I leave. Tomorrow I leave to go up country to the
location of the Youth Camp in Ejura.
Attendance today in Agona Kwanyako was 37, but that included
me and 4 visitors from the Winneba congregation. This small group of nearly all farmers had
become aware of the Sabbath some years back, and had become convinced it should
be kept. They began meeting, and as I
understand the story, they were at ...