La Palm Royal Beach Hotel
Travel Blogs from Accra
... anything and everything on the street. At a traffic light in particular, people walk alongside the car carrying all sorts of goods on their heads from water to peanuts to oranges, toilet paper, plantains and anything else imaginable. Really you'd never have to enter a super market if you didn't want to as these people will sell it to you.
Houses in Ghana are built as one gets more money and then they will finish parts or add on. There are many houses in ...
... here, I also saw some cool looking salad spoon and fork made in the shape of giraffes but I am sure I will see them again and I will buy them. Most of the time all the souvenir shops seem to have the same thing although another interesting thing I saw was a piece of wood with birds and if you spun it the birds moved and ate the seed and it is supposed to represent sharing.
We walked back and I bought some yam because I was hungry and found a toilet. From Aburi ...
... to the biggest open air market in West Africa, Kejetia Markets. Now having been in West Africa for a couple of months and visiting a number of what we thought were huge markets, we were left speechless at the sheer size of the Kejetia Markets. We spent 3 hours shuffling through the huge maze of stalls and stores and we don't feel we even scratched the surface, we watched woman selling all types of fruit and vegetable with their big straw hats and ...
... everyone present right on time!
We talked for about an hour and a half about several things, including some about the Ministerial Conference that was held in the Dallas area in June. I had a flash drive containing most of the presentations that I passed on to them. They will each have an opportunity to download and view the presentations themselves, since there was no time to do so together on this trip.
The most important issue we ...
... by another party. It didn’t take long for us to get invited to play with the group of software developers from a small enterprise named Bad Company. Turns out that Bad Company hosts this beer pong party every Friday. It seems to me that tech start ups strive for the same fun laid back atmosphere no matter if they are in Osu, or Silicon Valley.
After some games, Tiffany tried her best to cajole the birthday party to get up and start dancing. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool