La Lune Lodge

Near St. Anthony School, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Near St. Anthony School, Accra.
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Travel Blogs from Accra

Kokrobite-Accra

A travel blog entry by jeneggener on Aug 20, 2014

7 comments

... from the village chief but you need to start construction within a certain period of time or he can sell the land to someone else. So what happens is people put the foundation down and leave it that way for years until they have the money to continue the construction. So all over the country you see new homes or hotels that have started to be built but they've been sitting there untouched for years, without any further work being done and they don't even have a ...

An Eye Opening Experience on the Streets of Ghana

A travel blog entry by shannond on May 23, 2014

4 comments, 42 photos

... out as it was her car. The police officer told them the car would have to wait there while Michael went home to get his license... of course that wasn't going to happen as home was about 45 minutes away. Then the officer walked over to his little hut, Michael got 10 Cedis and paid the officer. We found out after that the officer asked them to both get out of the car because he didn't want us white people to see how corrupt they are. Once Michael paid, we were on our way!

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Where did Febuary go ? Où est passé février ?

A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Feb 22, 2014

34 photos

... we will spend the week there and everybody is excited.

Weeks are just flying by. I am focused on my training 5 times a week, piling the miles in the deadly heat. Between that and the now routine of our daily life, we are now at the end of march and I haven't seen the time pass. It's funny cause there is rarely a dull moment, here or at school. We are not bored or anything, we just live a now almost normal ...

From Peru to Ghana

A travel blog entry by simonecaller on Nov 22, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... for water to run out mid-week, which means washing with just a bucket of water until the weekend... We have been at the orphanage almost every weekday since we have been here. It is quite different to the orphanage in Bolivia, so I'm glad to be experiencing something new! It houses around 30 children, from ages 3-18. As soon as we walked in children ran up to us and jumped into my arms - they know how to win me over! In the mornings there are 7 children to help with; ...

Day 6 - Part 1: Today We Had a Funeral...

A travel blog entry by mays.tamu.ghana on Aug 08, 2013

... culture. We also found that Ghanian tribes were similar to the U.S.A, because both can be seen as empires. Its also nice to know that the tribal chiefs cannot be involved with the present political system during the election time. This being because they want a fair election.

Religion has a huge influence on Ghana's culture by establishing values, structures, and traditions. We learned how colonialism brought Christianity and how it evolved to fit ...

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