Ok,, after many weeks in Accra and reading the reviews of people who have been there I decided to give it a try yesterday the 27th of May 2013.... (1) I knew the fees was 10 cedis and 3 cedis for my daughter so we went prepared.. After paying the fees the guy at the entrance gave me the 'no food/drink' disco that lasted for about two minutes (including time spent checking my carryon if I had something not allowed), then made it to the Boat that carried about 15/20 people with less than 6 life vest on board (five for adults, and one for children) the only available one my daughter wore so the rest of the kids that boarded afterwards had nothing to wear. Getting into the beach was another of such 'not to do list' just at the spot of disembarkation and it got me wondering Why all these numerous notices?.. 2) who ever compared Bojo to Labadi must be making a point I DO NOT understand because there was absolutely no fun for kids except the swings. Swimming was rather impossible because of the sometimes high waves, all she could do was sit at the shore and play with sea sand. Even for Adults it was impossible to swim.. The only people who seemed to enjoy the waves were large folks who jumped endlessly at the waves in hope to shade some Kg's, and some '6pacs' wannabes. I was very disappointed and missed the other public beaches just after paying the entrance fees..I wanted to see the 'white sand' which turned out not totally 'white' as some people wrote, as a matter of fact I think all beach in Ghana has same sand, there was nothing extra special about the Bojo sand... In conclusion,, Bojo is a good place if you want a quiet time with your spouse, away from the crowd of people like you would see in other places but, if you have fun loving kids who enjoy beach life then take them to places where they can ride on horses or play with clowns, watch people dance, dance themselves, etc and not Bojo... I took pictures of the two 'properties' they have.. (the blue mobile toilets with property of Bojo clearly written on it).. Lol. Oh.. And how can I forget the black bags??? One of it got stuck in my hair and totally covered my face.. Lol. Goodluck!
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