It is a bit of hard work to get near the top and to get right to the parapet requires negotiating a tricky ladder. But the views are worth it even if you feel you are taking your life in your hands.
Posted: Mon Jul 15 2013
This colonial-era lighthouse was built in the 1930s. It’s not a tourist attraction in the usual sense – no gift shops or ticket offices here – but stray within twenty metres and you’ll inevitably be accosted by a ‘guide’ offering to take you to the top for a few cedi (usually around GH¢5 each). If you’re willing to part with the cash, there’s a good panoramic view from the top of the (possibly not overly safe) spiral staircase.
2nd annual celebration of international music and art comes to Jamestown. Sing, dance, talk music or just watch the chilled atmosphere at Jaynii Beach. The foundation was set up to promote unity and development through arts and culture, so take part!...
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