Yegoala Hotel

Address: Kumasi, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Kumasi, is near Ma Vallee, Parc National des Virunga, Kinshasa University, and Congo River.
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Travel Blogs from Kumasi

Final Week in Kumasi

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm on Jun 14, 2014

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... Kumasi
which are purportedly designed to keep criminals off the street. We've passed
through innumerable checkpoints thus far this trip without incident, albeit
usually in the Charity Eye Clinic van. The policeman at the checkpoint this
night decided he wanted to talk to us and had us pull over just past the
checkpoint. He then proceeded to cheerfully talk to us for a bit, asking the
usual nosy police questions like where we were ...

To Kumasi!

A travel blog entry by aaron.lm on Jun 01, 2014

6 photos

... and essentially isn't governed by any traffic laws. Picture driving in Boston or NYC but add in several dirt roads with large potholes and ruts and subtract speed limits and the threat of getting pulled over. The ride over was certainly exciting though and after just a few days I'm already getting used to the style of driving here (to be clear I'm not doing any driving myself, but have spent quite a bit of time getting driven to rural villages and such). Not sure if the ...

Ghana day 5

A travel blog entry by beksfayette on Mar 01, 2014

... food with the medical students. We went to a restaurant called Confidence ( a local recommended it). We shared three traditional dishes family style : rice balls and goat meat, banku ( basically fermented corn mashed in with casaba flour) in a sauce with fish and fufu ( basically raw dough) in sauce with chicken. All these meals are eaten with your hands specifically the right hand. The general consensus was varied... It was a good time with good ...

Travel to Kumasi

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Jan 24, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... running down to catch me and another gentleman and suggest we might want to switch seats. He had wanted and paid for a window seat but got an aisle. We both agreed, and for the sake of time she suggested we just swap boarding passes and go with it. We chatted a little in line, and I asked where he was from (Libya, and he was on the way back there) and what he does. He said it is complicated, but suggested I google ...

Making It Count!

A travel blog entry by ambers on Sep 21, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... by a darkness you can only try and imagine. The type of darkness where you can’t even see your own hand in front of your face. A darkness created by the lack of electricity or lights of any kind for a great distance. On the other hand the stars and the night sky were so bright it was as if I was under flood lights. I wondered how I had even been able to sleep in the first place with a sky so bright. It was as if each and every star were our sun. I’ve seen ...