Akosombo Continental Hotel

Address: 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

      Tafi Atome & Atimpoko

      A travel blog entry by jeneggener on Aug 09, 2014

      3 comments, 19 photos

      ... again at 6:00 AM and the monkeys were up and definitely hungry! They were so adorable that I wanted to take one home and name it Marcell (any "Friends" fans out there?). I think my dog, Nisha, would love a pet monkey. Next I took a trotro a couple hours south to Atimpoko, on the edge of Lake Volta where there's a hydro-electric dam providing 70% of Ghana's electricity and a portion of the electricity of their ...

      Trip to Koforidua

      A travel blog entry by edithschmid on Sep 23, 2013

      14 photos

      ... we arrived in our hotel room we experienced the first of many power-fails yet to happen over the weekend as it started raining heavily. Pretty soon we realized that the roof of our room was leaking badly right at the spot where our heads are when lying in bed. So we packed our things, moved to another room and were so exhausted that we slept through the rest of the power-fail. The next day, all freshened up, we took a taxi to the Boti waterfall. ...

      Back to School

      A travel blog entry by jvbmeow on May 31, 2013

      ... with all the linen and flowers, however this is common decor. After lunch I went for a walk through the surrounding streets with Krista, Sam, and Kate while Philip, the cook, showed us the ropes. We bought a few things and numerous kids ran up to us, knowing our names from the brief introduction at the school. Obruni! Obruni! We heard this a lot today. We stopped at a home which had dresses out front and Auntie Kwani welcomed us to her home ...

      20p worth of fun

      A travel blog entry by laurenbell on Dec 04, 2012

      1 photo

      ... them with my drawing skills. Not saying that I am good but I don't think people are exposed to any forms of art here. I was surprised at how well they boys did and we even took the time to label our pictures, in English. I am really hoping that in the future that I can find colored chalk so that I can help the children express their creativity- which is something they don't get to do too much ...

      Ghanian children

      A travel blog entry by laurenbell on Nov 06, 2012

      ... children who are out roam the village with zero supervision. If you ask a parent where there child is, they probably wouldn't know. Keep in mind that there are no landlines and its not like a child can call their mom or dad a say whose house they were playing at. This by the way is considered completely normal and widely accepted. I have noticed that since children have no supervision that sometimes when they play together they are extremely rough. I have ...