Lemon Lodge

2nd Mango Tree Ave., Accra, Ghana | Hotel

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Day 0: Arrival

A travel blog entry by tim_buktu2

It's an 18:15 arrival and it's dark. When you're within spitting distance of the equator, you get served up a daily dose of 12 hours daylight; 6am to 6pm and no negotiation either way. The sun is king here and there's no point arguing. You get up when it tells you and when it goes down you follow the insects to the nearest island of light; the neon …

Head Up, Chest Out!

A travel blog entry by catherinekuhn

Phew!! What a whirlwind: In the last week Nick and I have practically pummelled our hinies into pulp as we rumbled all over Ghana, spending most of our time on buses. Yesterday we went all the way from Patriensa to Kpong (6 hours?) headed toward a bike workshop that was supposed to happen today, but when we called George we found out that a …

Our African Introduction...GHANA!

A travel blog entry by shannond


... to our sweaty bodies. Somehow Jason knew how to get to this resort that backed onto the Volta River, Aqua Safari, passing a couple very small villages that looked like they shucked clams for a living. Going through that and then at the end of the road was a beautiful resort is a bit crazy. The resort had a really cool outdoor restaurant backing onto the river that was really busy. The locals on the water paddle around in wooden boats, their way of transport ...

Vacation Day 18

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k


... chicken from KFC to see if it tastes the same so we went inside and got the large box (which was tiny) it tasted exactly the same but it felt really weird eating it here. Obviously that was not enough for dinner so I went and had an egg bread as well. We both felt very tired after the day so we went back to the Salvation Army Hostel and sat and chatted with the girls for a very long time which was fun. I think I fell asleep around 11:30am I was dead tired and had a ...

Beaches, Market Madness, Accra Love and Farewells

A travel blog entry by antandrel

... goodbyes to our new friends. We loved Accra!! After initially staying in the centre of the tourist part of town, we headed out for our last couple of nights to the less touristy area of Abraka, where we spent our time wandering the local neighbourhood and eating some of the nicest street food we've had on the trip (plantain pancake and bambara beans is the best).

When not chilling out in Abraka, we visited some of the coffin makers ...


This hotel, located on 2nd Mango Tree Ave., Accra, is near Cape Coast Castle, Elmina Castle, Saint George's Castle, and Bojo Beach.
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