Sanbra Hotel

Paul Sagoe Lane, Kumasi, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Paul Sagoe Lane, Kumasi, is near Ma Vallee, Parc National des Virunga, Kinshasa University, and Congo River.
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    Travel Blogs from Kumasi

    Final Week in Kumasi

    A travel blog entry by aaron.lm on Jun 14, 2014

    6 photos

    ... seven volunteers there at Friend's and it was very pleasant
    to meet up with them. After dinner we went back to the Friends' Eye Clinic
    doctor's home where all of the volunteers are staying. The doctor has an
    incredibly nice home with three stories, a large yard, a large garage,
    extensive razor-wire fencing and a guard house. Every nice home or business I
    have seen in Ghana has walls lined with vicious looking razor wire ...

    Surgeries and Fufu!

    A travel blog entry by aaron.lm on Jun 06, 2014

    5 photos

    ... incision in the sclera (white of eye) and uses instruments to reach under the iris and pull out the lens from the eye. He next clears out any remaining detritus in the pupil then inserts an artificial lens into the eye. In Western nations cataracts are typically cleared using a type of laser surgery but for a number of reasons, it is far more practical for ophthalmologists in the developing world to use this simple manual surgical technique instead. Dr. Twumasi ...

    Ministerial Meetings

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Jan 26, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... where one simply decides to become a minister. God makes it clear that He chooses and calls some to serve in this way. And then each minister must continue to grow, learn and develop in order to properly serve the people God will call.

    One of the areas that the Ghanaian ministry has shown themselves to be somewhat lacking in is an understanding of the resurrections, and so the second presentation covered this topic. ...

    Making It Count!

    A travel blog entry by ambers on Sep 21, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... know all of these people face, moments like these, experiences like these, restore my faith in humanity. Living in Africa, having become close to people that struggle with so many things my own culture takes for granted, and despite my best efforts, becoming emotionally invested in their successes and failures, I often get sucked down in their struggles and I need something like this trip to bring me back up, remind me of the bigger picture, remind me why I’m there, and what the point of it all ...

    What doesn't kill you...

    A travel blog entry by edithschmid on Sep 20, 2013

    2 photos

    ... I have already written about in the context of the volume levels one has to adapt to down here. I might have to add that he doesn't enjoy a certain status with special rights within the community. He embodies ignorance. Due to his loud music we can't understand a word we're saying when standing in the livingroom. I already mentioned the challenges of falling asleep. We know for a fact that everyone is very much annoyed by him but one ...

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