Picorna Hotel

Address: Kaladan Park, Tamale, Ghana | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kaladan Park, Tamale.
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        Travel Blogs from Tamale

        Volta

        A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Oct 19, 2015

        13 photos

        Our taxi driver, Kwame, came to the gate at 4am, Klamansa's barking alerted us to his arrival. When we came out he was barking from under a chair, worst guard dog ever, bless him.

        We arrived in town at 4.20am, 40minutes early for our meeting time. There were very very few people in town, just a couple of ladies sweeping the streets.

        Once the other 12 people had arrived we jumped into Mohammed’s trotro (small decrepit minibus thing) and started ...

        Myrid Village

        A travel blog entry by benw029 on Jan 22, 2014

        1 photo

        Myrid village is one of those forgotten places in the world. Full of old wooden houses that creak during the night (<<<annoying). There's a great big pond, perfect for cannoning, taking a swim or even take a bath, though it's not recommended. There is a small pathway between the houses that leads to a big bushy forest ...

        Public toilets, something dead and chickens.

        A travel blog entry by laureneden on Sep 25, 2013

        31 photos

        I have traveled around all the touristy attractions in Ghana. I have been navigating my way round on public transport and foot. Public transport: Its usually a small minibus or taxi with as many people, belongings and animals as possible inside, on top and underneath. Who knows whether you will be next to some chickens or being sat on by a big fat women (it happened today getting a 3 seater car with 8 people in it). My favorite public transport event was when I got on a big bus and 2 ...

        I'm official

        A travel blog entry by laurenbell on Dec 19, 2012

        14 photos

        ... we had to perform the dance that we had spent the previous two weeks learning. After the ceremony it was chaos again as we ate one last meal with our host families and tried to cram in as many photos as possible. Since I am a part of the ADVANCE volunteer group, we were picked up by our NGO to be taken to Accra. The main reason was because only a few days after swearing in the entire project had Christmas vacations until the first week of January. So as soon as we were ...

        Thoughts of site visit

        A travel blog entry by laurenbell on Nov 14, 2012

        ... rooms are completed then there will be more. My room is on the smallish side but it has excellent light and ventilation. I will also have a screened in veranda that will serve as my kitchen. Unfortunately the booklet of information I received on the place was incorrect and I do not have running water or a flushing toilet - major bummer. However there are two "showers", but neither of which have a door as of right now. There were some wood pieces that I was able to drape my ...