Samira’s guidebook

Samira

Samira’s guidebook

Sightseeing
Get a mountain view of the capital, Accra from the Aburi mountains. The Aburi botanical garden is home to a lot of plant species and full of historic sights.
Aburi Botanical Gardens
Get a mountain view of the capital, Accra from the Aburi mountains. The Aburi botanical garden is home to a lot of plant species and full of historic sights.
Legon Botanical Gardens is a beautiful outdoor play space for persons of all age. Visitors come into conference with Nature at Legon Botanical Gardens. It is super amazing. Best time to get there is in the early morning between 8 am and 12noon when the weather isn't too hot. There is a canopy walk, beautiful colourful playground for children and a rope walk session. One of the ultimate best time places in Accra. Oh, you can also have a ride on the lake (Canoeing).
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Legon Botanical Gardens
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Legon Botanical Gardens is a beautiful outdoor play space for persons of all age. Visitors come into conference with Nature at Legon Botanical Gardens. It is super amazing. Best time to get there is in the early morning between 8 am and 12noon when the weather isn't too hot. There is a canopy walk, beautiful colourful playground for children and a rope walk session. One of the ultimate best time places in Accra. Oh, you can also have a ride on the lake (Canoeing).
Neighborhoods
I grew up in Nima. Nima is one of the most impoverished, yet flourishing and diverse business areas in Accra, Ghana. A large number of migrant workers from rural Ghana & neighbouring countries find their way into Nima and make it their home. The beauty of Nima is visible and appreciated in the cultural & religious diversity of the community. There’s no better day to experience the Nima market vibe than on Wednesdays. Nima Market is the grains and spices hub of Accra. Some of these spices and grains are imported from as far as Nigeria, Mali, Niger and other West African countries. Beans, peanuts, millet, soya beans, maize, powdered pepper, curry, the list goes on and on.
Nima
I grew up in Nima. Nima is one of the most impoverished, yet flourishing and diverse business areas in Accra, Ghana. A large number of migrant workers from rural Ghana & neighbouring countries find their way into Nima and make it their home. The beauty of Nima is visible and appreciated in the cultural & religious diversity of the community. There’s no better day to experience the Nima market vibe than on Wednesdays. Nima Market is the grains and spices hub of Accra. Some of these spices and grains are imported from as far as Nigeria, Mali, Niger and other West African countries. Beans, peanuts, millet, soya beans, maize, powdered pepper, curry, the list goes on and on.

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Thank you = Medaase

Medaase is Akan(the most popular language in Ghana) for Thank you.
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How are you = Etisen

Asking people how are you in their language helps with starting a conversation, Remember to greet first. The normal English greeting (Goodmorning, good afternoon, good evening) is fine.
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Means of transportation

Ride hailing services such as Uber / Bolt is the best because it prevents the driver from charging outrageous fares just because you’re a visitor.