Wadoma Royale Hotel

Address: Wadoma Junction, Abuakwa-Manhia , Kumasi, Ghana | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Wadoma Junction, Abuakwa-Manhia , Kumasi, is near Ma Vallee, Parc National des Virunga, Congo River, and Kinshasa University.
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    Travel Blogs from Kumasi

    Final day of classes with the pastors

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on May 04, 2015

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    ... As a result, of the 3 hours we had this morning, this presentation took up 2 .

    As it turned out, it was just as well. The two remaining presentations were a YALW presentation by Mr. Horchak and a review of the Life Hope and Truth website and using it for research and assistance with sermon and Bible study preparation. But literally moments after I finished my final slide and went to the blank screen the power went off and ...

    Trip to Kumasi

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Apr 29, 2015

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    ... is a nice little hotel I like to use when I’m here. It is a 21 room hotel, and tonight 20 of them are vacant. Tourist traffic is way down, no one wants to gather in nice meeting rooms with no light or a/c, so they’ve had to lay off employees too. The Ghanaian people are a gentle natured people, but if something doesn’t change soon, I fear they are going to stand up and force a change. Social unrest can come to even peace-loving people.

    I’ve not ...

    Monkey see, monkey do

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Oct 25, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... it should be buried as a human in a wooden coffin covered in white cloth and buried in the ground - part of the tour is to visit the monkey cemetery and the belief of the villagers is that when a monkey knows he is going to die he will go to the village or to a public place to die so that he can be buried. I suspect that this is not really the case as the monkey population in the forest exceeds 2,000 monkeys and in the last 40 years about 30 monkeys have been buried. Also part of ...

    Hakuna Matata

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment

    ... workers (an offer I'd firmly turned down) but when I awoke they'd elected not to go. They did however go to visit his sister for lunch, but upon discovering that she was serving snail soup for lunch I decided to stay at home and enjoy the piece and quiet of an entirely empty house. I did start my day with doing my washing - by hand, because we don't have a washing machine. I'm not sure that I'm all that skilled at hand washing so it will be interesting to see what ...

    African home #2

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Sep 12, 2014

    4 photos

    ... look actually quite advanced. While the house is quite nice and has wifi the water and the electricity cut out quite often - at least once a day! The local means of transportation is a Tro-Tro which is a van that is always packed and takes a roughly set route, though this isn't sign posted and stops to get off are essentially where you ask to be dropped. I'll include more about the local life next blog, though possibly not any photos for a while as we have quite a limited wifi ...