Akosombo Continental Hotel

P.O. Box 277, Akosombo, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P.O. Box 277, Akosombo.
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    Travel Blogs from Akosombo

    Trip to Koforidua

    A travel blog entry by edithschmid on Sep 23, 2013

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    ... arguing with the driver since he decided while driving that we should give him more money than the price we agreed upon. The end of the story is that we won but he kicked us out at the Boti waterfall and drove off. So we stood 10km outside of Koforidua next to a waterfall in the middle of nowhere without a car taking us back. Yeah we didn't think that one through. But one thing after the other. First point on the agenda: Check out the ...

    Boti Falls

    A travel blog entry by jvbmeow on Jun 01, 2013

    ... were rowdy and looking to cause confrontation so after a small argument we decided to walk away. Now back to the empty streets, we desperately hoped for a cab to drive by as we did not see one the whole way to Liquid. After about five minutes of walking, one of Davis' classmates drove by and picked us up. Yes!! What a day, bedtime.. have I mentioned how cozy the beds are at this hotel? I am snug as a bug in a rug. ...

    20p worth of fun

    A travel blog entry by laurenbell on Dec 04, 2012

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    ... around town. Yes, the 8 year old runs ALL over town, completely unsupervised. So this afternoon after sessions I notice that my host brother and two other boys are using very small broken pieces of white chalk to draw on the porch. I then started questioning my host mother about the availability of chalk and if they make other colors. She said they certainly sold chalk in the village but ...

    LPI

    A travel blog entry by laurenbell on Nov 05, 2012

    ... talked about ourselves, family at home, and our homestay families. We then talked about our daily routine and things we normally do each day. Then for the final part of the LPI we had to do a market role play. Probably the hardest part of the LPI was the market role play because we had put so much emphasis on the introductions in class, and we briefly talked about market situations. Later that day we found out our fate, luckily I ...

    Noise complaint

    A travel blog entry by laurenbell on Oct 21, 2012

    ... I mean everything, from washing dishes to clothes. There are no machines to do the work for you. But it is not uncommon to hear loud music/sermons blasted from enormous speakers at all hours of the day or night, mixing with the sounds of the goats, chickens, and sheep. When I think about where I am currently living and the ...