Sanbra Hotel

Paul Sagoe Lane, Kumasi, Ghana | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kumasi

Final Week in Kumasi

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm


... which reigns over all of the area surrounding Kumasi, are known for their Kente
weavings. We were lucky enough to have Paul take us to a place where men make
the Kente cloth today. Kente cloth is produced only by men and the weavers we
met there were very friendly and welcoming. They taught Jack and I how to weave
on the traditional Kente looms and we put in a few rows on the cloths they were
working on. We also had the chance to buy ...

A Great Start to the Eye-Care

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm


... names like Grace or Mary. All of the staff from Charity speak English and I enjoyed getting to know Prempei as I helped with registration. We had fun learning about each other's native cultures. I also got involved in a few spirited conversations about the upcoming World Cup in which Ghana will be playing the US in the first match. Everyone is talking nonstop about the world cup here. Unfortunately most of the conversations went over my head, not being ...

Ghana day 3

A travel blog entry by beksfayette

... very quickly that many people do not like to be photographed or request to be paid if you want a photo. We have met some really nice American , Chilean , and German medical students who are also studying here in Ghana. A few of the students were leaving to go back home and invited us to come out to a club with them. It was a great way to get to know them a little better and see another side of ...

Ministerial Meetings

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark


... all.

About 30 minutes after they left Daniel Bottah called to ask if he and his wife could stop by. He has not been able to get his car repaired yet, but he has driven all over today, and my jury rigged side-of-the-road fix is still holding! A repair like that might never work at home, but here with faith, prayer and probably an angel holding those wires together, it will run until he is able to get a replacement cable from ...

Making It Count!

A travel blog entry by ambers


... that "ah-ha" moment. As I've said before, there is nothing that I enjoy more than having a pack of the essentials on my back and nothing but the unknown ahead waiting to be explored. Sitting by the lake outside of Dori, a few kilometers off the dirt road that leads to the refugee camp housing displaced persons from Mali, I had one of my many “pinch-me” moments of the trip. Too often I can’t believe my life is real. I can’t believe how lucky I am to ...


This hotel, located on Paul Sagoe Lane, Kumasi, is near Ma Vallee, Parc National des Virunga, Kinshasa University, and Mount Stanley.
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