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Great little market, there is space to make you feel that you can manage your way round it, but it in really quite vast. The day we were there there was loud live music in the square up front. Do be prepared to haggle, but...More
If you want to buy some local art this is the place to go. Yes there are a number of other shops in Accra, but if you want to see a variety and love to hustle then this is your spot!
I have been going...More
We braved the constant haranguing of the sellers for our lucky friends and undeserving relatives back home. Having been prewarned of their tactics we were prepared and headed through the melee to the back of the market where it was quieter and the more genuine...More
You can find anything Ghanaian - and I do mean anything - here. Gorgeous textiles, kente cloth, artwork, wood carvings, mud cloth, beadwork, etc... Ghanaians are amazingly talented artists! However, 'gird' yourself prior to entry!!! Ladies, travel with men. There will be about a dozen...More
Ok let me just say we came back 4 time to this place, only because it had all the souvenirs that you need to buy. The only thing is they triple the price, so you need to know how much things really cost. You could...More
Paid a visit here on a Saturday morning, very busy and lots of stalls, some sellers are very pushy and try to get high prices so you need to haggle with them, loos expensive 1 cede. A big variety of goods on sale
The Center for National Culture is down to her knees.A great fall.A tragic fall.A new Directorate is needed.
The Directorate I knew there seem to all have gone on pension or on transfer.
John Mahama wanted to promote a single book he had written.He placed...More
Great place for handicrafts & Ghanian clothes. To know before you go: walk past aggressive sellers outside and go to the stalls further inside. Bargain with a smile and don't be afraid to say "dabi" which means "no". Make sure to visit the Mausoleum and...More