Silicon Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TravelPod Member ReviewsSilicon Hotel & Conference Centre Kumasi
Good hotel. With the power outages their generator is working well, and they have an internet conenction. Room is clean and everything works. It is a decent value for the money.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Silicon Hotel & Conference Centre Kumasi
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... the course of the morning. Finally about 11:00 am it went off, probably for good for today. It quickly began to get stuffy in the room.
The big diesel generator is still not fixed in spite of promises that it will be running "today". Apparently some parts have to be ordered and shipped in. It could be days or even weeks before it is operational again. Facing the prospect of another hot night with no power was discouraging.
About noon I heard a small generator ...
... the village. This perplexing occurrence led them to consult an oracle who told them that the fetish was the children of the monkeys and that if they liked the monkeys they should keep the fetish, and if they didn't like them they should return it to where they found it. The oracle also told them when they decided to keep the fetish that the monkeys were not to be harmed, and if any man harmed a monkey the same harm should happen to that man. They were also told that if a monkey ...
... and my bolognese pizza was more of a beef/chicken/seafood hybrid, though after the removal of the un-ordered and unwanted seafood still quite tasty. Saturday evening ask saw the last of our wifi connection for 4 days which turns out bothered me more than expected - not because I missed Facebook, but because it's my means of communication with the lovely, wonderful and important people at home. Sunday was supposed to see the boys off to church with one of ...
After a bad night it was a quiet drive on towards Kumasi although we woke up as soon as we hit the city due to the chaos outside. The traffic was ridiculous and the city itself was just ram packed with people, shops, cars. What was really noticeable was the focus on religion and there were tons of religious billboards and various preachers on the streets using megaphones to belt out their gospel. ...
... knew that it was for example important to say "yes we are Christian" (whether it is true or not) for the sake of the community - because Atheism is not yet an individual right accepted by the community. But we didn't know that despite living in a community where every step is monitored (especially when being an obroni) we would have to observe such an amount of individual ignorance or even cruelty towards individuals. Again, don't get me ...