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

    Public toilets, somthing dead and chickens.

    A travel blog entry by laureneden on Sep 25, 2013

    31 photos

    I visited cape coast castle where most of the slaves during the slave trade were transported to and held before being shipped out to America etc. It was really awful seeing the extent of the conditions they were kept in. I was the only foreigner on the tour and everyone else seemed to be Ghanian/West African so I felt a abit awkward like I should apologize. The guide was like 'And this is the condemnation chamber where dead and alive were stacked together, 10 people per ...

    Ghana

    A travel blog entry by hollie.barber on Jul 02, 2012

    3 photos

    I am writing from Kotoka International Airport waiting for my lunch to arrive. The plane from Tamale to Accra eventually arrived three hours late in typical Ghana fashion. Now I'm in the departure lounge waiting for my flight to leave for Dubai. The Olympics are on the TVs and it's making me excited to get back to London. I have had such an amazing five weeks in Ghana, it is ...

    Tamale eeee whooo!

    A travel blog entry by mpopowich on Mar 03, 2012

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... a photo with us, they and everyone else ran back up the stairs to take shelter in the change rooms. We weren't too bothered and jumped into the water, cooled down a bit and then casually walked up the stairs. At the top it actually started to hail! Unbelievable! Who knew it hailed in the hottest place on earth! We ran to the truck and sat there soaking wet watching the hail. We ended up driving away after awhile (still in our soaking wet suits) and a few hours ...

    Mole National Park

    A travel blog entry by iman_ on Oct 13, 2011

    19 photos

    ... the first one was to a women’s Shea Butter co-operative called Pagsung, which is located in a small village not far from the downtown area. We spent around two hours learning about the women and the process of making Shea butter. The women who are actively involved in every stage of the Shea butter making process own this co-operative and are providing a way for other women to maintain their autonomy and positively contribute to the well being ...

    The Great Bus Melee '77

    A travel blog entry by danielwolfe on Jun 10, 2011

    It’s an innocuous enough name, Metro Mass Transit Company. It seems friendly and efficient, implying perhaps that no matter how fat (mass) and well-dressed (metro) you are, said transit company will deposit your Gucci-clad voluminous ass just where it needs to go. I suspect this is true, as even I did eventually get where I was going. It took a while, that’s fair to say, but if the goal of any journey is to get to where you’re going, then ...