Bek Egg Premier Hotel & Conference Centre

T.U.C. Estate, Behind C.A.C. Fankyenbra, Kumasi, 00233, Ghana | Hotel
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Ghana day 2

A travel blog entry by beksfayette

... to say , I'm lucky that I was invited to their meal! The locals had many questions about freckles, blue eyes and other qualities that we " Bruneis" have. ( Brunei means white person in Twi.Tess had a busy day in L&D. She observed four births and it was just "straight chaos ." All the women labor in one huge room ( talk about centering pregnancy ). There is no privacy. There are no families allowed as they do not have ...

Vacation Day 7

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k

Today I woke up after sleeping very well. I got ready quite fast and packed my things and Yvette and I went to Lara and Rhiannon's room. They packed for a little longer and then we went to Queens Gate for breakfast. I had pancakes and pineapple juice which was very nice. Its funny a lot of the time when you order something they have to go and buy the ingredients then make it and serve it to you so its so different. We walked around the edge of the ...

Making It Count!

A travel blog entry by ambers


... cooked some rice for dinner over a fire, ate, and then, taking in the immense silence of the place, slept. Or at least I slept. Several hours later, probably around 2am, I woke up and found myself alone. My two travel buddies gone and nowhere to be seen in the Saharan night. This was my next moment. I was completely alone in the middle of the most remote place on earth I have ever been (excluding maybe our Semester at Sea time out on the open ocean). On one hand I ...

Working for a human rights commission

A travel blog entry by edithschmid


... I was starving since we skipped lunch. But before I could go back to the office, the assemblyman of the third community told us that we had the honor to go and see their community chief. This chief is mostly an old man wearing a Kente gown, a person that is treated with utmost respect and probably the equivalent to what we call a mayor. He had an entourage of 8 other elderly men behind him and I had to bow and shake hands with everyone, always the oldest one first and then working ...

TGIF and let the game begin

A travel blog entry by edithschmid


... So sitting in the stadium for 3 hours even before the game had begun, wearing our new, tight dresses, listening to the melodic sound of the vuvuzelas and soaking up the sun was just... something. Ghana won 2:1. But I was more interested in what was happening around me: People giving up their seats for cash, water being thrown around, chickens as a whole being sold, fights being settled, children running around. Speaking of children: A young boy sat on the floor in front of us ...


This hotel, located on T.U.C. Estate, Behind C.A.C. Fankyenbra, Kumasi, is near Ma Vallee, Parc National des Virunga, Kinshasa University, and Mount Stanley.
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