Hotel Wangara

Labone Crescent, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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The tallest among us should squat

A travel blog entry by elrobbo90 on Jul 25, 2014


... to draw what he knows.

His right hand man, Dr Osei-Nketiah, is equally passionate about his subject but takes a different approach to teaching. He fires a question at his group of students, and waits patiently for someone to pluck up the courage to answer. If they are correct, praise is given and quickly followed by a more difficult enquiry. However, more often than not, for the doctor is a stickler for correct definitions, an incorrect response elicits an exasperated, ...

Saying Goodbye....

A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on May 27, 2014

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... 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 ...

Happy new year

A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Dec 31, 2013

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... les enfants tandis qu'Andrea et ses parents vont au Club 233. Finalement, ils me rejoignent rapidement à la maison vu que l'entrée au Club est démesurée par rapport à l'ambiance à l'intérieur.

On termine donc la soirée sur le balcon avec un verre en train de regarder les feux d'artifices qui illuminent la ville.

Voici donc qui termine nos premiers 6 mois en Afrique. 6 mois intenses, parfois difficiles, remplis de défis ...

Ghana Reflections

A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries on Aug 05, 2013

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... damp clothes into our backpacks, we began listing all of the things we have learnt since coming here & realised we had learned quite a lot! So here are just some of the things I have learnt in Ghana, about Ghana & about myself:

  • In Ghana, more people die from road accidents than malaria & I'm not surprised, "safe stopping distance" is a myth and I have yet to get on a Tro with a working speedometer.
  • The kids ...

I think I'll be a herbalist

A travel blog entry by racheleden on Mar 27, 2013

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... As this was a low-income neighbourhood, many of the people do not have access to health services, let alone the funds to afford medical care. With the nurses coming to them, they have a chance to ask questions and to benefit from the teaching and recommendations that the nurses have to offer. Despite the language barrier, we were able to contribute our knowledge and skills as well. The nurses would introduce us to the family, (predominately a mother and her ...


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