Protea Hotel Accra

Address: 1 Boundary Road 84/86, East Legon, PO Box CT 5069 Cantonments, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Boundary Road 84/86, East Legon, PO Box CT 5069 Cantonments, Accra.
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Travel Blogs from Accra

Et c'est reparti... Take two!

A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Aug 21, 2014

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Il est probable que je vais écrire moins dans ce blog cette année, vu que nous avons vu la plus grande partie du Ghana, et que nos vies deviennent de plus en plus normales...

Bien que nous ne soyons pas sûr de notre avenir ici, on peut dire que le compte à rebours à peut être commencé. C'est bizarre de penser cela, mais je réalise d'un seul coup que 2 ans, finalement, ce n'est pas très long...

La reprise ...

In case of explosion, hit the deck

A travel blog entry by elrobbo90 on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment

... us, he explained that he had fallen.

Quite understandably it was amusing to everyone that the paranoid foreigner (obruni as they say here) had thought he was in some Hollywood action movie. I was embarrassed for the rest of the day and still have the grazes on my arms and legs as a memento of my Die Hard dive. Even the next day, people were asking me "Obruni, why did you dive?". At least I know my survival instinct is in good working order anyway!




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And what a week it's been!

A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Apr 29, 2014

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... Seth and Vivienne organised a special lunch for the kids- rice and CHICKEN! They never get to eat chicken so it was a real treat for them. We also had ice-creams- yummy! We spent the afternoon with lots of music, dancing and games. All of the volunteers made a special card to congratulate Seth and Vivienne on their massive achievement- it is very hard to keep an orphanage like this going here and for them to have started receiving volunteers from such a big ...

Day 2 orientation

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on Dec 03, 2013

5 comments, 50 photos

... day and everybody gos to the square. It is the second largest square in the world. It looks amazing. Then we went to a massive market. All the stalls looked the same heaps of bright and colourful clothing, bags, jewelry and sculptures. You cannot not walk anywhere in there without getting yanked on and pulled into each stall to buy things. It was pretty crazy every step someone is pursduading you to buy something. I did not buy much because i bought a Ghanian ID ...

Bye bye Kumasi, hello Ada Foah

A travel blog entry by edithschmid on Sep 27, 2013

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... in the garden. After dinner we were ready to fall into our beds. Stepping into our room is where we noticed that the whole floor was flooded (not just wet, flooded) due to the heavy rainfall. Ofcourse. So before we could even think about sleeping we had to clean up the mess. But all in all, even tough there is literally nothing to do here and we have to keep our belongings away from the floor due to possible flooding, we are relieved to be on our own, away from the noisy and stressful ...