Sonant Court

Address: \N, Accra, Ghana | Hotel
 
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    Finally Here!

    A travel blog entry by sarunghay65 on Jan 14, 2015

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    ... nice hotel with a complimentary breakfast each morning, but the WiFi currently isn't working. I'm hoping it works soon so I can finish my Teach for America application. Today I don't have much planned. I changed money and bought some necessities. Later I plan to head to a market to get some stuff for my volunteer trip that wouldn't fit in my suitcase. That's all for now! But I'm doing well :) P.S. I had an issue with the internet so this entry was written this morning, hence the ...

    Goodbye mpreaso hello krokrobite

    A travel blog entry by lucy.wright on Dec 14, 2014

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    ... out here and I'm not sure if I have actually been biten by a mosquito or if it's the ants/ flies so we headed back to the hotel so I could Deet up .we ordered dinner for 7pm and we decided to treat ourselves to a platter of lobster salad and chips which me and Jemma shared we demolished it within minutes it was so fresh and only caught that morning . Early night was had by both was so shattered and had to be up early for sunshine laying tomorrow ...

    Halfway in Ghana

    A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on May 11, 2014

    ... little controversial, exorcism. African culture (especially in Ghana) are strong believers in black magic, dark spirits, the devil etc... and over the past few weeks late at night we quite often will hear or be woken up by an exorcism taking place in the field just by our house. They go on for hours at a time and all you can hear is groaning, grunting and lots of yelling and calling to Jesus. I have to say the first time it happened was one f the scariest moments of my ...

    My Volunteer Family

    A travel blog entry by bwaite on Feb 15, 2014

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    ... and care. We are apart of something bigger than ourselves, and bigger than anyone else can imagine. I know that each of us will have difficulty describing our experience or having people relate to any of it. No one else will understand the events that made us happy or the ones that touched our souls and pulled on our heart strings. No one else will know what it's like to be so out of our depths that all we can do is laugh at all ...

    Beaches, Market Madness, Accra Love and Farewells

    A travel blog entry by antandrel on Jan 01, 2014

    ... his foot caught in the rope of a goods cart being walked through the markets carrying a tonne of rice, once his foot was freed, he then had to help the local guy move the cart out of the path of another oncoming cart with a bigger load. It was absolute chaos but we loved it, though 3 hours was more than enough time to immerse ourselves.


    From Kumasi it was off to our final destination, Accra where we spent 4 days exploring the city and ...