Red Tape: Visas are required for British Nationals. We got our visa in Ouagadougou it took 24 hrs and cost 26000 CFA. Getting into Ghana was a hassle and took two hours at customs, but it was September 11th. There were also curfews in place in Tamale. Fuel Costs: Diesel 2000 Cedis per litre Road Quality: Generally good tarmac all over the country Money: Cedi 12500 cedis = £1 Beware the largest bank note is 5000, a trip to the bank results in leaving with a plastic bag. There are Barclays and Standard Chartered Banks in all major towns. There are also ATM's in Accra Highlights: Mole National Park. It is difficult to get to without your own transport, but a beautiful park with some wildlife. The Coast West of Accra: The beaches are tropical, and the old slave forts are worth visiting. Places to Stay: The campsite at Mole National Park cost $1.50 and you can overlook the water hole. Alaska Beach Resort in Busua, is a quite beach resort on a beautiful stretch of coast next to Dixcove. Ko-Sa, is further along the coast towards Cape Coast, more expensive but very peaceful. Kumasi: The Presbyterian Guest House, you can camp in the grounds cheaply. Accra: The Salvation Army in Osu, is cheap, clean, with good facilites and in a good area Useful People: None Tips: It is cheap and a wonderful place to relax, it is well worth spending a couple of weeks here.