Francophil Hotel

O/132 Anevon Court, Accra, GR 1, Ghana | Hotel
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Saying Goodbye....

A travel blog entry by cassowary89


... Of course there were good days and bad days but the good easily outweighed the bad and I would do it all over again in a heartbeat! Of course right now it’s really nice to have a comfortable bed and a working bathroom but I’ve learnt that we can push ourselves to the limit and still be happy. We don’t need all the flashy things we claim to 'need to survive’. The one thing I am most excited about is the thought of real food! However my stomach ha ...


A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k


... sat outside while I ate the rest of Joanne’s indome that she could not finish. We were both very tired so we went inside our room and chatted a lot with the US girl. The girl from Canada from the Aboakyer Festival arrived in our room and was stressing out because she felt very busy. She was calling lots of doctors and then organized a car to take her to a hospital. I am pretty sure she would be fine but it was a little funny the fuss she made and we tried to ...

On the way home

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark


... supreme court, who will rule this week or next. The possible outcomes could be that the election stands, the entire election must be re-done country wide, or they could redo the election in the districts where the fraud was the greatest. Every one of those choices is going to upset someone, and the results could become violent, making life even more difficult for our brethren. On the way down to Accra I saw a billboard that read ...

Premier contact

A travel blog entry by bastiengest


... offered 2 bottle of wine as a welcome gift. Finally the beds are firm and clean. We are happy. We rush to the pool. In the evening, we are invited to a restaurant, Afrikiko, with all the new teachers. Titi is not a happy customer that evening but we manage to still have some fun and make contacts with our colleagues. Still, we are exhausted and early enough (even though it feels late since the night falls at 6:30 pm), we are driven back home. Wow... Is it really happening ...

Roads, Power, Ports and Health

A travel blog entry by joshing16

... report suggests what I suspect to be true. Once again, public health meets at the intersection of many facets of development. Good roads, power, and ports are health. Insufficient systems and infrastructure are the biggest challenges facing developing countries like Ghana. Personnel capacity may not be ideal, but at least in Ghana it is not the main stumbling block. I am sure that all of the capacity ...


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