La Lune Lodge

Address: Near St. Anthony School, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Accra

Cold Showers and No Electricity

A travel blog entry by sarunghay65 on Jan 20, 2015

... t do both. I don't see anyone really caring for these children. They are fed at least once a day, but with the way some of the children eat, you know they may not be fed much more than that.Apparently there are German long-term volunteers somewhere around the orphanage, but I have yet to find them. Hopefully they can give me some more direction so I can be of benefit. The woman who runs the place wants me to train her teachers as it seems they just hire them from ...

Our last few days

A travel blog entry by daniellefraser on Aug 27, 2014

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... Hannah and Liz again, but this time to the plane restaurant near the airport.

The restaurant was amazing! It was a converted old plane that was turned into a restaurant. All the old seats were in there and the plane theme was kept!

We Ghanain food which was amazing and bought out to us on a trolley, just like being on a real plane. All the waitresses were wearing cabin crew uniform and the front of the plane ...


A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on May 23, 2014

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... teachers their food, all the girl teachers were playing trouble the board game and were getting really into it, it was funny to watch. Then by 11:40am papa driver drove me to Swesbu Junction where I walked to the ADB bank and got money out for the weekend and then I also walked to Texaco to take a tro tro to Accra.

But at Texaco I was told to walk to another station opposite Sizzler’s the restaurant to get a tro tro to Accra at this time. I found ...

Vacation Day 17

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on May 04, 2014

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... holding my hand and playing with my hair they were very cute and after spending an hour or so there we decided to head back to Sir Charles Beach to pick our gear up and head to Accra. When we walked back to the beach they wanted us to pay an entry fee we tried to explain to him we only wanted to collect our bags and leave but he would not understand. So Melissa and I walked through another restaurant/hostel run by a Rasta called Isaac who is lovely and found our way to the beach. ...

Sad Goodbyes

A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Jan 11, 2014

9 comments, 8 photos

... argued whether it would look good in our bedroom or not. Jack named the giraffe Jonesey and we then decided to take it to a Spot, which is a local bar, to have a few ciders. En-route we found a street stall selling meat and had a spicy sausage and had some photo's taken with Jonesey.

On the way back to camp we saw our group heading to the restaurant for dinner so we jumped out of our taxi and joined them. Jack had recommended ...

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