Travel Blogs from Kumasi
I woke up at about 7:30am after not sleeping too well because there is so much noise at the Justice Hotel. I got ready slowly and Lara and Rhiannon met us at our door at about 8:30am. We went and had a pancake breakfast at the same restaurant as yesterday in the cultural centre. This was really nice. Then we bought bookmarks with our African names …
Today Lara woke me up cause I had slept through my alarm that was set for 3:45am and it was now 4:20am. I quickly finished packing for the weekend and we left to meet Yvette and Rhiannon at Texaco. As soon as we arrive there was a tro tro available but it was a big one and empty apart from us. It took an hour and a half before it filled so we left …
... in school. One day he showed me around Kejetia Market, the largest market in West Africa. I've seen my share of markets around the world but nothing compares to this monstrosity. I knew I would need a local guide or I would get lost in the chaos. The night before we went there was a fire in one section, the clothing section. Because the stalls are right on top of each other, fires spread fast and wipe out hundreds of peoples' livelihoods. Even the next day ...
... we weren't aggressive enough to crowd unto the vans and push past people when they pulled over and there was definitely not any time of organized system or queue. We finally found one and rode into Santasi to have dinner at a hotel. We had no problems or security risks but we took a taxi back to our hotel and the driver tried to severely overcharge us because we were white. We tried to explain to him that we'd been on other taxis that ...
of copper and covered with gold leaf.. This stool is on exhibition
here as is a photo of the original which is still revered, it has to
do with a God descending and telling them to found their capital
where they found the stool. From here we then made our way to the
fort itself. This was built in 1896 on the site of a previous Ashanti
Fort. Today it is used as the armed forces museum and we took the
guided tour. It is a small fort, only about 100 sq ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsJustice Hotel Kumasi
There was pretty bad service the women would not let us all sleep in the same room but had to sleep in seperate doubles. The rooms were dirty and some taps broken. We found an employee sleeping on our bed before we actually had booked the room. Although the rooms were spacious and there was a TV and fridge even though i don't know if they work. 40 cedi for a double room without including breakfast.
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