The African Regent Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews The African Regent Hotel Accra
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... the place and we all went out last night, was class...a good ghanaian akwaaba (welcome). plenty of dodgy shapes were thrown. Off to sort a sim card so I can spread the word about my arrival to the good people of Accra and meet up with a friend of a friend from uni. all is ...
... really lovely and we had a nice time chatting.
Melissa and I were very hungry by now and so we went to the street and found a woman selling indome which was really yummy. Then we weren’t tired at all so we went for a walk and found a massive shopping mall and went inside. The lowest floor had maybe 10 different shops such as clothes shops, glasses shops, phone shops etc. then the next storey had a supermarket called Shoprite and then the top floor had a ...
... the night.
I slept in a little this morning, and have been able to catch up on a few more things. The hotel is allowing me to stay in my room for a while longer in spite of the fact that they are booked almost solid. I appreciate that, as it allows me to work and read in quiet, rather than sitting around in the lobby with all the people coming and going. I'll head to the airport in a ...
... What is astonishing is that it never stopped sounding since I arrived. It would get louder or faster but it never stopped... I'm not sure whether it's because they have a Saturday night fever as well or it's just the perk of living in a Township. Around 4 am I thought the DJ was drunk because he didn't seem to hit the right notes and get together with the beat when I realized that it's actually a guy singing prayers ...
... bought snacks and water through the windows of the tro-tro from the street sellers, ate local food, enjoyed local drinks, and Fan Ice ice-creams! I even started to accept the “hiss” from people to get my attention that had offended me early on in my trip! I even started to use “you are invited” with Zita! “You are invited” seems to be what all Ghanaians say when they are eating a meal. They will invite you to join them and share whatever they ...