Bek Egg Premier Hotel & Conference Centre

T.U.C. Estate, Behind C.A.C. Fankyenbra, Kumasi, 00233, Ghana | Hotel
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Final Week in Kumasi

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm


... as many people as possible. Wednesday evening we went back over to where the Friends Clinic volunteers are staying and had a great time hanging out with them all night.
Thursday was another surgery day in which Jack and I observed over 35 more
surgeries. It was very cool to see more surgeries. The only hitch was when the
power went out at one point and Dr. Twumasi had to finish a pterygium surgery by
handheld flashlight. Thursday night ...

A Great Start to the Eye-Care

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm


... on what UFS is doing at the event and teaches them several extremely important tenets of eye-health. After the educational speech the screenings begin and each person who has come goes through four stations: registration and record keeping, visual acuity exam, eye-exam by optometrist, and dispensation of eyeglasses and medicines.

The first outreach we did was relatively small with only 62 people (often well-over 100 people attend these ...

Ghana day 3

A travel blog entry by beksfayette

2/27/14Today was day two of clinical. It was a busy day , but we all felt that we did some good here in Ghana. After clinic, we decided to check out the Ghana cultural center. There you can purchase clay pots, art work, wooden carved statues and figurines, jewelry and many other goods made locally in Ghana. It thunder stormed while we walked round which helped to cool the the temperature. There ...

Ministerial Meetings

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark


... Instead we all made the mile-long trek back to my hotel, and shoehorned everyone into my room (which does have working air conditioning) where we were able to complete the last session I had for the day - an overview and understanding of the nature of God and whether or not God is a trinity. It is interesting how a doctrine many churches hold to so fiercely cannot be found in scripture, did not exist until over 350 years after the death ...

Making It Count!

A travel blog entry by ambers


The first thing you notice is the quiet. Sitting by the side of a lake in Northern Burkina Faso, outside of the small town of Dori, one of the last towns on the map before you enter either Mali or ***** and the Sahara proper, we quickly realized that, aside from the animals, we were 100% alone. The air was still and there was nothing to listen to except the sound of the wind blowing through the trees, the birds yelling at each other and maybe a fish jumping and the ...


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 The Big Tree.
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