Great Luck Hotel

Address: Lake Road, Kumasi, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lake 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

    3 photos

    ... he would give me only 3.00. So I hailed a cab and went to change a little more money.

    When I explained to the taxi driver (the man who took me to the meetings yesterday) what I wanted he knew right where to go. We drove over to a Muslim area of town, which is where you will always find the black market money changers. Black market changers does not mean they are illegal, just that they operate outside of the traditional ...

    Monkey see, monkey do

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Oct 25, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... straight from the monkey sanctuary to Mole National Park, which is the place that I had actually come to Ghana to volunteer at and the presence of this unaccompanied taxi driver meant that I was instead returning to Kumasi. Given the length of this blog already I'll cut things off here and continue with a new blog about the last of my time in Ghana. I hope this reads alright - it's been written at 5am while waiting about in the airport after a 5 hour bus journey that was very light on ...

    Hakuna Matata

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment

    ... meaning put your foot out in front of it when it runs out you and take the impact through the shoe. The duiker did not let up until I'd left the enclosure and the keeper received much the same treatment when he took the water in. The rest if the Duikers were all fed without further incident other than the just general coolness of being so close and actually within the fencing rather than on the other side. We then tidied the areas some - including 'weeding' hacking at ...

    Hey Obroni!

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Sep 19, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... built by the Portuguese and changed hands repeatedly before being conquered and expanded by the British. The castle was originally a trade post and a means of protecting the British interests in Ghana but as the slave trade expanded it quickly became a major slave trading castle. The. Castle had a museum which was quite interesting and then we were taken on a tour which took in the cells of both the male and female slaves and views of the tunnel the slaves would ...


    A travel blog entry by jeneggener on Jul 19, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... 300 years and legend has it that the Ashanti Kingdom would collapse if the sword were ever to be removed from the ground. It is surrounded by empty Schnapps bottles.

    Next I walked to Manhyia Palace, re-built in 1926 and for decades was the home of the Ashanti King. It is now a museum that showcases the Kente and Adinkra cloths that the kings wore, their thrones, stools, guns, gold jewelry, desks, etc. The current king lives in a mansion right behind ...