Airport View Hotel

Address: No. 2 Amicar Kabral Road, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 2 Amicar Kabral Road, Accra, is near Cape Coast Castle, Elmina Castle, Saint George's Castle, and Bojo Beach.
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      At the volunteer house

      A travel blog entry by emhealz on Aug 15, 2014

      4 photos

      ... to them, exchanged quick words and sped off again. After a little while I driving the difference between the road and peoples "lawns" was becoming less and less apparent. I'm beginning to believe the only difference between a lawn and a road, is where the car is. We eventually stopped moving, Elvis jumped out, unlocked a gate and we were home finally at the volunteer house! We walked onto the porch and noticed for the ...

      Taith i'r traeth

      A travel blog entry by elrobbo90 on Aug 03, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      Last Monday was a national holiday in Ghana, celebrating the end of Ramadan. On thinking about it this seems like quite a progressive attitude towards what is a minority religion here.

      30 of us piled into a small van to go to Bojo beach, a few miles outside of Accra. I use the word 'piled' in it's literal sense as the van, or 'tro-tro' as they're called here, was designed for 20 people at most. I was very relieved to arrive, and can testify that ...

      Halfway in Ghana

      A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on May 11, 2014

      ... music started playing and everyone was up dancing and walking around the pews in a circle to give their offerings. It was exactly how you’d imagine an African church service to be. Everyone wore their best outfits, all the women’s dresses were beautiful. Unfortunately inside the church was very very hot and I started to feel quite sick so we left the service early. I’m glad I got to experience what I did though, not sure if I would attend another service- ...


      A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Nov 02, 2013

      25 photos

      On dit souvent qu'on ne voit pas le temps passer, et je trouve que c'est très vrai ici. Après 3 mois à Accra, on s'aperçoit que finalement, les jours se suivent et se ressemblent : 12 heures de soleil suivi de 12 heures de nuit, 365 jours par an... Une température qui varie très peu aussi à l'année longue.

      Par exemple, l'Halloween. D'habitude, il fait froid ou au moins frais, il y a du vent, c'est clairement l'automne. Ici, non... Peu de citrouilles, pas de ...

      Arrive in Ghana

      A travel blog entry by hswett on Aug 15, 2013

      2 photos

      ... The air was heavy with smoke from wood fires and exhaust. We spent the rest of the afternoon talking and watching Spanish Telenovelas overdubbed in English. Interesting. English is the official language of Ghana and they all spoke it fluently, which is not to say that I understood it fluently. It became clear that when I thought I understood what they were saying, I usually didn't. Some of this was unexpected pronunciation differences and some was ...