Looking for a Place in Ghana for Christmas

I want to find a Hotel to stay in until after Christmas, I think it is time to rejuvenate myself by staying in one city for three weeks. Today I am going to return to Ho to see about living there. I have been talking with a girl there over the cell phone, and decided I need to say hello again, she is just too smart and pretty, I said goodbye too quick, a problem with quick travel, you never give the place a proper chance.

This is girl is one of the smartest and prettiest girls I have ever met in Africa, I realized I was frustrated with the Hotel in Ho.

There is a problem to be 100 free, I can go anywhere on the planet, this overwhelming number of options makes me a little crazy, hard to be happy with so many locations with greener grass on the other side.

Koforidua, Ghana West Africa --- Thursday, December 9, 2010


My Christmas options are:
Cape Coast - The Samma Hotel is good
Mampong - There is a Hotel called the Cinema Hotel that is great.
Kumasi, difficult, I do not know a good hotel, I need a name?
Ho where I have a friend, there is a couple better ones, I could pay more.
Bolgatanga in the North, but I do not know a good Hotel.

Slow Travel is Best
I am 100 percent aware that travel is stressful; it is more fun to stay in one location than to travel. There is this romanticizing of travel, it is not moving that is good, it is staying and getting to know the city and people that is good. Sadly, this depends first that you enter a Hotel with a happy face on it. There are cities I long to return to in Africa, for example I love Kpalime, in Togo and Natingou in Benin.

Johnny the pilot was going to come to Africa, complicated, but I realize now he may come to Africa, but I cannot change my plans for him, he is not prepared.

I will cough up the 400-700 dollars to enter a new section of West Africa by flying to Liberia after Christmas, either from Accra, Ghana or Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. It is time to go to countries I do not know, where the air is fresh.

Looking for a Place in Ghana for Christmas