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

Awkwaaba indeed

A travel blog entry by emhealz on Aug 16, 2014

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Pulling up to our site the road switched from the hustle and bustle of an African market lined streets to greener quieter area. And then after a little more driving we were in a village, a quaint little fishermans neighborhood. No sooner than the vehicle had stopped and Gideon said we had arrived, were we surround by children, pulling at every limb, each of us holding one on each hip. Our program color is turquoise, our ...

Vacation Day 17

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on May 04, 2014

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... in the middle of no where but thankfully all the people in the tro tro made such a fuss he dropped us at a larger station and gave us a full refund. Then here we waited a long time for the real tro tro to Dunkwa Circle and by now it was very late. From Dunkwa Circle we walked to the Salvation Army Hostel and I was surprised how nice it was. In our dorm room we met a Canadian Megan and three Ghanaian girls I only remember one of their names have no idea how to pronounce it. They ...

Day 3 Orientation

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k on Dec 04, 2013

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... me that I had to fill out lots of paper work and stuff so that I could stay for a year. Although SYTO told me they would work it out and they have come to the conclusion that I must leave Ghana somewhere at the 6 month mark and stay for a few days so that when I come back to Ghana I have not stayed there for a year.

Solomon then talked to us about the different types of transport. For example tro tro, hired taxi, shared taxi, VIP bus ...

Day 5: "Acolay acolay! Winiafi wini!"

A travel blog entry by mays.tamu.ghana on Aug 07, 2013

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... later as we were pretty tired throughout the rest of the day. All of us seemed to be jubilant as we learned the new dance moves from our awesome dance instructor, who was accompanied by drummers and two helping dancers. They all encouraged and helped us learn their highly traditional dances and songs.

After the awesome dancing session, we were hungry and sweaty. So we went to satisfy these needs soon after leaving the dance studio. We ate at the Accra ...

Back to School

A travel blog entry by jvbmeow on Jun 03, 2013

... or shop for fabric passing by, as they often do, the children would begin to get rowdy then become silent and return to their seats as soon as she re-entered. We stayed at the school until noon with a short break for breakfast. We had some time to work on our essays and then we had class from 6-8 pm which was exhausting. Bed time to do it again...all ...