Sanbra Hotel

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

Ghana day 2

A travel blog entry by beksfayette

... labor alone and focus their emotions and energy on the tasks at hand. No one hold their hands, offers them water or congratulates them on an amazing job. In the end, the results are the same no matter where you birth. A sweet baby ready to explore this new world.Erin also had a very busy day in prenatal clinic. The clinic started with women arriving at 8:00am. Over one hundred women arrived at the clinic. They all sat on ...

Vacation Day 7

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k

... four seats left and we got on this. He was very helpful and I don't think we would of found the station without him. We left at 1pm but the ride was quite uncomfortable but I enjoyed listening to my music the entire time. Once we arrived in Swedru at about 6:30pm we all headed to our own host families. I had a shower enjoyed my dinner and then was so tired so I rested on my bed. Then my grandma called so that was nice to catch up and then I went to ...

Making It Count!

A travel blog entry by ambers


... this before only one time in my life before. On Semester at Sea. Out in the middle of the ocean, I can’t remember if it was our Pacific or Atlantic crossing. But one night the captain turned off all the ship lights so we could see the stars. Out in the middle the desert, the stars looked like they did out in the middle of the ocean. I think across the world there are only so many places where you can get this experience. How lucky am I that I’ve now seen it ...

Working for a human rights commission

A travel blog entry by edithschmid


... so maybe I was lucky enough not to have messed up their ages too badly or I might have flattered just the right person. Oh and there was even a designated spot for me in the corner where I was allowed to stand. In the end the chief addressed me, saying that he welcomes me in Ghana. I said "meda ase" (thank you) and all the old guys burst out laughing. Yeah sorry I'm not totally fluent in Twi yet. All in all, I thought I attended tough client meetings but they were nothing compared to ...

White person walking

A travel blog entry by edithschmid


... are mostly handwritten (even tough in this office every person owns a computer), the notes are again written on old cases (guessing they don't have enough paper here) and I'd assume that 90% of the cases are closed because the complainant didn't show up for mediation in the end or never managed to pick up their phone. Officially they then close it because of lack of interest but in reality it mostly means that the complainant was able to settle the matter without ...


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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