Miklin Hotel

Kumasi, Ghana | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kumasi

Final Week in Kumasi

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm


... on the cornea and measuring the degree of indentation for the amount
of force applied. Tuesday night we stayed in at the hotel and had a delicious
dinner of groundnut (aka peanut) soup with some sort of dough-like substance
that we mixed in with it.

Wednesday we had our biggest turnout yet with over 120 patients coming in for help with their
eyes. I worked registration today and continued to enjoy speaking as much Twi as I ...

A Great Start to the Eye-Care

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm


... 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


... set up for more powerpoint slides when were informed that the room rate we would be charged was 50 cedis for an hour!! The guys were absolutely indignant, telling me the manager was asking so much because he saw a white man among them, and assumed the white man has lots off money, so he wanted some of it. Not only did his ploy not work, but he has lost all future business from us, as we will not use the Achimfor hotel again.

The dump and other perks

A travel blog entry by edithschmid


... have guessed by previous blog entries, we feel very much misplaced in many situations. The interns had an explanation that is - like so often around here - so simple: We are a comic for them. While no one could indeed take a comic seriously, I have not quite figured out yet as to why they tend to see us as such. Last but not least, we celebrated what we thought was a small but important victory in the name of all obronis in Westafrica: A mate in the tro-tro ...

Trying to understand how life works here

A travel blog entry by edithschmid


... the first task we received was not before 2h have passed. It is incredibly hard to understand the way people here think. There is not only a language barrier but a fundamental difference in how they react to seemingly simple things for us. I got some feedback to the blog where some people (especially family members) told me that they want to read about what exactly is so different to our culture and what I believe they can learn from us or we can learn from them. ...


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