The African Regent Hotel

Address: 237/238 Airport West, Accra, Ghana | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 237/238 Airport West, Accra.
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    Travel Blogs from Accra

    Lazy day

    A travel blog entry by lucy.wright on Nov 29, 2014

    ... it's that easier to meet men out here if that is your kind of thing your after however I was just happy chilling with the girls ! we also met a couple from Amsterdam who are doing the long way round from Amsterdam to Cape Town by road they started in September and hope to be in capetown by march they have loved every minute they have been to some weird and wonderful places they have about 10 countries left to go how amazing would that be ! I have had such a ...

    Our African Introduction...GHANA!

    A travel blog entry by shannond on May 19, 2014

    3 comments, 60 photos

    ... country.
    Later in the day we went to Bojo beach, about 10 minutes from the house. It was the coolest beach I've ever seen. We pulled into a beach resort, parked and walked across a bridge on a river. On the other side was a bit of the resort and then took a boat to get to the actual beach. The beach is a strip of white sand in between a river and the ocean. It was beautiful and the breeze felt awesome off the water. We sat in the shade enjoying cold beers and kebabs. ...

    The love of a parent

    A travel blog entry by bwaite on Feb 06, 2014

    1 photo

    ... encouraged my beliefs regardless of the fact that they may have been polar opposites to theirs. I watched the way they treated people, the way they loved each other, the way they supported us through anything, the way other people gravitated to them, and I wanted to be just like them. I became the person I am today through learning from them. I get my head strong character, my creativity, my sentimental nature, the ability to view the world through multiple ...

    Un Noël africain - African Christmas

    A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Dec 23, 2013

    34 photos

    ... avec des gamins du quartier en train de bricoler un jeu avec une capsule de bière et un morceau de ficelle...

    Kiyo et Etienne passent en premier, suivi des grands-parents et Andrea. Entre chaque couche, il faut attendre que ça sèche. On applique sur la première couche des impressions des motifs trempés dans la cire chaude, puis on trempe le tissus ciré dans la 2e teinture. Enfin, on enlève la cire dans l'eau bouillante pour ...

    On the way home

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Aug 20, 2013

    4 comments

    ... Don't start a way. Media - Don't fan the flames." That seemed to epitomize the attitude of many of the Ghanaian citizens, but no one knows for sure how it is going to play out.

    In I Timothy 2:1-2 Paul tells us to pray for kings and all who are in authority, asking God to provide a way for His people to "lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence." That is certainly what our brethren here in Ghana desire.


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