Get Around / By Car
Quote: "Also it should be noted that cars with foreign registration are not allowed to circulate between 6am and 6pm." I assume this should read "between 6pm and 6am", that is, at night. But since it's only an assumption, I won't change it. Also, I really have no idea if this is still in effect.
As Ghana cedi was redenominated at the beginning of July 2007 by dropping four zeros, all the articles dealing with Ghana should probably therefore be converted to use the new "Ghana cedi" (1 new cedi = 10000 old cedis). Information about the redenomination can be found here. Tommi 10:02, 17 July 2007 (EDT)
This is the last major West African country to tackle on this front. There are 10 administrative divisions and that is clearly too many. I think Geography is the key and I propose:
I would like to split the coast into two regions, as there is way too much, really, for one article. The usual travel guide method is to do the West, Accra region, and East, but I think that is unnecessary. The Accra region is often thought of as the Ga-speaking region, which extends all the way to Ada—nearly covering the whole of the coast east of the capital. There isn't much to see or do east of Accra, either. Whereas there is a ton of stuff to do west of Accra, and it is a much larger area. --Peter Talk 13:53, 26 June 2012 (EDT)
price update needed
the prices mentioned, (for food, hotel) seems very outdated. recent prices would be much higher. 220.127.116.11 12:21, 27 November 2010 (EST)
I had a go at updating the see section for Ghana yesterday, would be interested in any comments\feedback. Is it useful? Anything else that needs to go into there.
kodzos 05:19, 22 May 2012 (EDT)
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