Ramada Resort Accra

Off the Accra-Tema road, Accra, Ghana | 3 star hotel
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Accra...historic but modern

A travel blog entry by ll2013


Me Ma wo adwo,

Day 2 started with Breakfast (boiled potatoes, scrambled eggs, baked beans, sausages, bread, milk, yoghurt, etc). Believe me, some children had it ALL! The target (as I was made to understand) was to break the record of eating the largest breakfast. No Comment!

The group set off at 11 a.m. on a visit to Makola …

Touch Down! Akwaaba!!!

A travel blog entry by ll2013


Arik Flight 0071 left MMIA at 7:40a.m. The 45 minute flight was short but fun. All the passengers could feel the excitement.

From Kotoka Airport, into a large passenger bus...Not a moment to loose......off we go on a drive-through tour of Accra. A quick peek at the Makola Market, the Independence Square, Kwame Nkrumah Gardens, etc.
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Ga Ga for Ghana

A travel blog entry by nickyloo


... couldn’t lift it were chucked back in the cells, often to die. We camped on a beach along the coast which was a great little spot and a nice place to pitch the tents for the first time. Next we headed inland through Kakum National Park where we did a tree canopy walk and then onto the city of Kumasi. We camped in the grounds of a church where we were kept amused by the kids living there, playing games and singing songs.

Day 4: Lectures and the U.S. Embassy

A travel blog entry by mays.tamu.ghana


Today was one of the more relaxing days, yet we still remained busy. We awoke early and prepared our minds for three interesting seminars.

Seminar One was taught by Dr. Samuel Ntewusu and covered Slavery in Ghana and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. He spoke briefly about the Domestic Slave Trade, the Trans-Sahara Slave Trade, and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. He taught us that during the Domestic Slave Trade, wealth was measured by the number of slaves ...

Weekend fun times

A travel blog entry by lottie-ghana


... they we're all looked after!

we have 2 more weeks of hospital work left and then we are teaching and building. it's summer school here now, so there are supposedly fewer children, there's still around 25-30 a class!
Hannah and i are also now in charge of . looking after the case of a boy who needs plastic surgery on his eye as he doesn't have a lower eyelid. various volunteers have left money for his care, so we are in charge of ensuring he goes to ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on Off the Accra-Tema road, Accra.
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