Golden Tulip Kumasi City

Address: Rain Tree Road , Kumasi, Ghana | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rain Tree Road , Kumasi, is near Ma Vallee, Parc National des Virunga, Kinshasa University, and Congo River.
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    Travel Blogs from Kumasi

    Final day of classes with the pastors

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on May 04, 2015

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    ... started off with something light, but very inspiring. I have a short video clip lasting just a few minutes titled "Creation Calls". The song is neat, but the cinematography is outstanding, showing scenes from all over the world of breathtaking beauty. It seemed a nice way to start, focused on the wisdom power of the God we worship!

    I had three presentations I wanted to give today, but that was not going to be… ...

    Trip to Kumasi

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Apr 29, 2015

    2 photos

    ... from a book, which required the light. We finished as the mosquitoes settled in and then everyone started heading home.

    The problem of electrical power in Ghana is quickly getting worse. The brethren told me they have been promised power would be on 12 hours and off 24, but they aren’t even getting that. They hadn’t had power at the house since yesterday afternoon sometime.

    It is not just Kumasi, but country-wide. My taxi driver in Accra commented ...

    Monkey see, monkey do

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Oct 25, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... water and the shower really a concrete room with a small drainage hole in which a bucket shower could be taken, again by pumping water to fill the bucket. After I'd had my dinner I asked about this to the woman who seemed to be in charge of the guest house and had cooked my dinner for me and was told that they weren't the facilities at all and they had flushing toilets and showers which greatly improved my feelings about the place. The next day whilst waiting for visitors to ...

    Volunteering - it's just like work!

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Oct 03, 2014


    ... change back, and will check you're getting off at the right stop. There is definitely a different mindset here and things that you wouldn't do at home - stop someone randomly on the street because they look different to you and asking for their number within 1 minute flat, but it's nice that people are that friendly, it just takes some getting used to. Alright and once again I've blabbed on for quite a length, but I hope I'm building an interesting picture of what it's like to live in ...

    African home #2

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Sep 12, 2014

    4 photos

    ... given that by that time I'd been awake for 36 hours I didn't really take any of it in so luckily it's all written down. When I finally got into bed to sleep that night it was a wonderful relief and the bed is actually quite comfortable. The final day for this weeks blog was my orientation day around Kumasi so another of the organisations staff members took me to the Ashanti palace as Kumasi was once the centre of the Ashanti Kingdom. The palace was quite interesting as it was ...