Miklin Hotel

Kumasi, Ghana | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kumasi

The best 20 pesewas I ever spent

A travel blog entry by biogrrl

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Up at the crack of dawn to be on the bus at 5:30 am. A big shout out to the CAS Journalism students staying across the courtyard who woke us all up at 3:45 am. I didn't need that extra 45 minutes of sleep - a** clowns. On the bus, which unfortunately today did not have a safari mural on the side but hey you take what you can get. We were heading to …

A Great Start to the Eye-Care

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm

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... leaders who help advertise the event and host it, usually in a church building. Most community leaders there are the church leaders, many Ghanaians are very devoted Christians. When we arrive, the optometrist from Charity gives a speech to those who are there in Twi (the most commonly spoken language in Ghana, although the official language is English and many people in the big cities speak at least a smattering of English). The speech educates ...

Ministerial Meetings

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark

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... to make it back home for work tomorrow.

That was when we got our next surprise. The hotel where we met had given us access to their dining room for our meetings. It was arranged for all day meetings, however at 2pm they decided we had to vacate the room so they could get set up for dinner. But, they had a regular sleeping room we could use. So, the pastors and I relocated up to a very hot and stuffy room, and I had just gotten ...

What doesn't kill you...

A travel blog entry by edithschmid

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... point out that they don't approve us speaking in our own language (yet we don't understand them talking Twi). Or recently we saw a car hitting a cyclist but instead of stopping and checking on him it just drove on. We come from a developed country where the value of individualism is worth more than the value of community. We deliberately travelled to a developing country where the spectrum of inidividual rights has not yet fully been adressed. ...

A weekend in Kumasi

A travel blog entry by edithschmid

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... a delight. We visited the palace of the Ashanti king and learned that the current king has only 21 children. Then we drove to a "nearby" lake which was beautiful. There were a lot of youth playing in and around the lake with music blasting out of different cars. It was a nice scene to watch while taking sips out of a coconut. It then started raining and we drove direction home again. Did I already mention the way it rains here? I have never seen so much water come ...

Location

This 3 star hotel, located in Kumasi, is near Ma Vallee, Parc National des Virunga, Kinshasa University, and Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Sanctuary.
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