Hotel Chez-Moi

1st Asoyi Road, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1st Asoyi Road, Accra.
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    The tallest among us should squat

    A travel blog entry by elrobbo90 on Jul 25, 2014


    ... to those at home. Most operations have been paediatric GI cases, with a Swenson procedure for Hirchsprung's disease taking up most of this morning. I havent seen much paediatric surgery in the UK so every operation has been new to me so far.

    Dr Glover is a great character and his teaching session yesterday was one of the highlights of my week at work. From 9 til 2, myself, Margaux (the Canadian girl in my firm) and about 6 Ghanaian students went from patient to ...

    Saying Goodbye....

    A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on May 27, 2014

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    ... I cannot pronounce let along attempt to spell! After the ceremony we had a big dance party with all the kids well into the night (well until 8.30pm!) It was definitely a highlight of the entire experience.

    Today’s blog might have to be quite short and sweet because while I’m sitting here in my hotel room in Johannesburg all alone, I can’t think about it too much or I’ll start crying...again. When I left, I knew I was going to be a mess but I thought ...

    Happy new year

    A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Dec 31, 2013

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    Le retour en avion, une fois passée l'attente interminable dans le minuscule aéroport de Tamale, se fait sans problème. On s'entasse dans un taxi pour le court trajet jusqu'à l'appartement, un trajet qui m'avait paru interminable 6 mois plus tôt.

    On est heureux de retrouver nos murs et bien qu'on vient juste de poser nos valises, il faut déjà se préparer pour aller célébrer la nouvelle année. Symboliquement, on a choisi d'aller à Afrikiko, le ...

    Ghana Reflections

    A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries on Aug 05, 2013

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    ... over the village attending to celebrate with us. As from 7am boats loaded with firewood were making its way to the shores of our quiet camp, they even caught a big fish for us to have as our last supper. As soon as the sun set it all kicked off, beers were consumed, the bonfire was lit & Azonto was blasting! The funniest moment of the night belongs to the school boys with whom we had forged great relationships with and who had ...

    On on!

    A travel blog entry by joshing16 on May 29, 2013

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    ... street side shops. As we came across the old British James Fort we were alerted to the fact by a man who “worked” there. He offered to open the fort to us if we would like to tour the old slave castle and prison. Instead, we went with his friend for a tour of the lighthouse and fishing village penned below the seaside cliff. Our tour guide, “Nice One,” accompanied us up the narrow round steps of the lighthouse after summoning the woman ...

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