Yegoala Hotel

Kumasi, Ghana | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kumasi

Market, then Weekend Doldrums

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm


... t being completely ripped off. I would describe the things I bought here but in the interest of keeping gifts as surprises for people back home I think I'll abstain from mentioning them. Unfortunately I didn't get any pictures of the market because it was far too busy of an environment for me to safely have my camera out. I do have a few photos I'll post here from a market in Obuasi, a village we went to a few days later. It had the same feel ...

Ghana day 2

A travel blog entry by beksfayette

... available for extra people in the room. The women are expected to bring a " birth kit" with them including : two receiving blankets, a tarp aka plastic sheet, a sand bucket for catching post partum bleeding ( the women literally squat over a small bucket following delivery), and pads. Women are yelling in the native language, people are running around and women are birthing all over the place. These women were incredibly ...

Travel to Kumasi

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark


... begin our journey down. I haven't been to Mile 9 for a couple of years, so I'm looking forward to being with them once again.

There is a little restaurant down on the 3rd floor of this building, so I went down there for dinner this evening. I ordered a grilled chicken plate with chips (French fries) and my Ghanaian standard, a Star beer. Now to catch some rest before the Sabbath tomorrow!


Vacation Day 5

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k

... more money out of us.

After trying to convince her for a while it did not work so we decided it was too hard to find a better hostel to stay in and we paid for both rooms. It was also annoying because we did not want to be split up we wanted to share the whole experience together but this was not possible unfortunately.

We then took a taxi to the Cultural Centre which is a place to get lots of souviners and you can eat here too. For lunch ...

Making It Count!

A travel blog entry by ambers


... way across Togo, from the Ghana border just about to the Benin border, with the greatest group of international friends. In between discussing politics, African food and its fantastic effects on our digestive systems, and playing “Would You Rather,” we cursed the numerous blisters forming on feet for all 35 or so miles. When we returned late that night to our hotel in Lomé, the staff said to us in French “You are welcome…but what happened to ...


This hotel, located in Kumasi, is near Ma Vallee, Parc National des Virunga, Kinshasa University, and Mount Stanley.
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