La Palm Royal Beach Hotel

No. 1 Bypass, Accra, Ghana | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on No. 1 Bypass, Accra.
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    Travel Blogs from Accra


    A travel blog entry by jeneggener on Aug 20, 2014


    ... Ebola: Luckily it hasn't made it to Ghana. At least, not yet. It started in Guinea, and has spread to Liberia, Sierra Leone, and *****ia. I've met a couple of long term volunteers, one was working in Sierra Leone and the other in Liberia, and their NGO's made all of their foreign workers leave their countries. So these two people decided to come to Ghana for a few weeks to wait out the situation. But if they can't eradicate the virus soon they will have to return ...

    An Eye Opening Experience on the Streets of Ghana

    A travel blog entry by shannond on May 23, 2014

    4 comments, 42 photos

    ... curved back and forth as we climbed the hill, giving really beautiful views back on Accra. When we arrived in Aburi, we went to a Botanical Garden. The garden is about 130 years old and there are a couple trees that have been there for over 500 years. We got a tour guide, who was pretty terrible. He didn't seem like he wanted to be there and walked around with a laptop, reading his email in between telling us about a few trees. It was as if he just got the computer and was trying to ...

    Where did Febuary go ? Où est passé février ?

    A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Feb 22, 2014

    34 photos

    ... shopping, taking the kids to play dates or sleepover, going out for a drink, a party, a school related event, participating in a triathlon, going to the beach, planning our lessons, taking the car for an oil change, volunteering at the community centre, going to a restaurant, an art show, and playing Ultimate every other Sunday.
    Life, almost...

    Next entry will detail our long week end in the Volta region...

    From Peru to Ghana

    A travel blog entry by simonecaller on Nov 22, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... are too young for school. We try to teach them basic math and English, though it can be a nightmare trying to get them to concentrate at times! After that we tend to do some colouring, read to them or sing songs - they love to sing and dance!! In the afternoons the older kids come home from school and we help them with their homework, teach them new songs or play games. Most of the kids are great, though there are 2 in particular that can be hard work - not listening to ...

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

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

    ... culture. What mostly stood out was how the different religious affiliations interact with each other in a tolerant and peaceful manner. Ghanians incorporate their faith in their family life, business, and even medicinal practices.

    Lastly, "Business in Ghana" was great as business students to see how the economy revolves around business. It was interesting to see how Ghana is misclassified as a middle-low class nation because of the huge gap ...