I guess every modern city needs one and Accra is no exception. There is not a lot here as this place tends to cater to well to do locals and expats. We went in here looking for some warm cloths since it was snowing in NYC and we did not bring anything heavy with us on the trip.
What to buy: It has the usual chain stores where you can get everything from a Nike shirt to an iPod. There is a book store with used and new books as well as a decent food court. If you need to kill some time in Accra then head over here. It is 5 min from the airport...sits on the edge of it.
What to pay: There are no deals here
There’re street vendors and small wooden shops along the road where you can find almost everything.
Fresh and delicious coconut is served in the streets of Accra. Skillful locals cut the cocunut with machetes in an incredibility speed.
What to buy: Coconut
What to pay: 1 Cedis per coconut
Accra is easy when you need groceries at nights. Just drop in to one of the many shopping stalls along the roads and buy it.
What to buy: Groceries, food and drink
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What to pay: The normal price is 10 Cedis for the work.