Earlbeam Hotel

60 Forest Ave., Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Accra

The love of a parent

A travel blog entry by bwaite


... same as theirs. They let me become the person I chose to be, one I am proud of, and one that was so strongly influenced and guided by the way they raised me, without that even being their intention. I have always appreciated their guidance and love, although I didn't always show it. But until now, until I have started dealing with the world on my own. I never realised how much I needed them. When this world I hardly knew anything about frustrated me and ...

Day 3 Orientation

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k


... taxi has stations and multiple people catch it this way is a lot cheaper than the hired taxi but not as cheap as the tro tro depending on where you are going.
Luis took a VIP bus to Kumasi and I think it is quite expensive but they are always airconditioned which on a long journey this is very important. A mini bus is what Yvette and I took to Agona Swedru it was very cheap but there is no airconditioning most of the time. The time ...

Day 4: Lectures and the U.S. Embassy

A travel blog entry by mays.tamu.ghana


... to hear an American's take on adjusting to the Ghanaian culture.

We left the embassy to go eat dinner. Most of us ate Chinese food, which was really delicious. After that, we returned to the Yiri Lodge and talked as a group to discuss our day. Carla also took the opportunity to share her story of her journey to where she is now. It was really nice to hear that.

Each day is getting better. We are mentally growing together and becoming a family.

And it begins...

A travel blog entry by alexandriadd

... morning. At orientation we went over Ghanaian customs like funerals, festivals, taboos, using the left hang, spirits, religion, family, births, and the 3 main regions of the country just to name a few. We had a doctor come talk to us about staying healthy and given our class schedules, insurance information, and course materials. We also had a chance to go to the mall and buy some groceries since we do not have ...

Exploring Sodom and Gomorrah

A travel blog entry by jvbmeow

... and were educated on his life and footprint in Africa but in particular for Ghana. He was the first president of Ghana, and made the speech after declaration of independence. We then stopped for lunch but it ended up taking a little longer than expected and we arrived home around 6. Dinner was at 7 and Charity cooked us tilapia and rice. Some chose to go to a club, I was too tired and read...slash ...


This hotel, located on 60 Forest Ave., Accra, is near Cape Coast Castle, Saint George's Castle, Elmina Castle, and Bojo Beach.
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