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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      An Eye Opening Experience on the Streets of Ghana

      A travel blog entry by shannond on May 23, 2014

      4 comments, 42 photos

      ... back. It was utter chaos as everyone wrapped up their belongings and shoved them into burlap sacks, scrounging as quickly as possible. The authority guy we saw was standing outside the shop, yelling a few things but not picking anything up. Dorothy said they haven't been through in a year... good timing for us to see the show! Some of the vendors threw their stuff in the shop or on the stairs of the shop so it didn't look like they were on the street. Pretty obvious they were but ...

      TEN conference

      A travel blog entry by bastiengest on May 10, 2014

      3 photos

      ... the orphanage.
      He is part of the learning support team at LCS, with coworker Sylvia and Naami, two Ghanaian teachers that created a support network for Local teachers : TEN (The Educator Network).

      Ghanaian teacher receive minimal training. They had very limited ressources too. On average, a teacher miss close to half is yearly work day. The teaching style is also very archaic, with no interaction between teacher and students that ...

      Nkrumah rules OK

      A travel blog entry by elaineeustace on Mar 13, 2014

      5 photos

      Our ship has docked in Tema, a rather large port east of Accra. It was also the end of the first leg of the cruise, so many passengers left and many new passengers joined. We also experienced our first Ghanaian delay, the plan was for an 8am start but it was nearly 2 hours later before the port officials cleared us. Our guide was called Kofi, which is apparently what all Ghanaian boys born on a Friday are called. So ...

      The AC saga...

      A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Oct 25, 2013

      3 photos

      ... want to disappoint you... Man, you have already! I say until 12, he beg for 1 PM. I give up. You have to barter for everything here.

      Saturday is my worst day in Ghana so far. After dropping the car at 7 and going for my run, I go back home while Andrea and Kiyo go grocery shopping. Titi wants to jump into the pool. All right. I take the goggles, the towels, a raft and a boogie board, and slide my phone into my pocket. Titi is leading the way and screams his traditional ...

      Training in dialogue and mediation

      A travel blog entry by sebgasquet on Jun 21, 2013

      1 photo

      ... only the skills I've been working on since I arrived at WANEP but also that I've been learning during my first year at GSPIA, and it was great to have those "Aha!" moments over the span of that workshop. I was assigned to take notes during the meetings and to prepare a summary of the proceedings and the major themes that were discussed, so hopefully I can kick my paper-writing skills back into gear after some significant downtime...and as of post time, I am almost ...