The African Regent Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Accra
... Hannah and Liz again, but this time to the plane restaurant near the airport.
The restaurant was amazing! It was a converted old plane that was turned into a restaurant. All the old seats were in there and the plane theme was kept!
We Ghanain food which was amazing and bought out to us on a trolley, just like being on a real plane. All the waitresses were wearing cabin crew uniform and the front of the plane ...
... our food this week, trying a local dish called Banku. To me it tasted like a lump of play dough with a spicy tomato sauce. I think that's pretty much what it was but mum you should be super proud of me for trying it!
This weekend we are travelling FAR! Going on an 8 hour journey to the Wli Waterfalls, the highest waterfalls in Western Africa. Can't wait to see them but am not looking forward to the tro ride ...
... though, my feelings toward Frank go from frustration to real anger, as the AC is still not working. 1200GHc and two full later, we are back to square one, minus a phone.
On the sunday, we leave without AC for our road trip, but will come back on the Friday for a showdown with Frank and co...
So at 8 on Friday, we are back at the shop, Andrea and I, to ask for our money back. Discussion, excuses, begging, last chance asked. Somehow, we take a taxi home, giving Frank ...
... It has all the elements of S.M.A.R.T but when applied to pre-teens and teenagers...It's another story!
Interestingly, before we take off each day, designated chaperones have the fun job of going round all the rooms to see what the children have left behind after 'packing'. The items range from boxers, toothbrushes, trousers, wallets, cellphones, etc. These items form the goods for our mock auction which holds immediately ...
... stopping at an ATM and the local westernized supermarket. I continued along Oxford Street from one end to the other and experienced the sales tact of numerous Ghanaians walking along with me pleasantly or approaching car windows in traffic. What a great experience! I then returned home to unload my groceries and took a short walk through the neighbourhood to the local beach bar, Tawala Grill. I read by the water for the remainder of ...