Travel Thread - Best Hotels you've stayed in these African countries

Let's go.
Let's start with Ghana. Quote with your top hotel and why you think it is.
I like Cote d'ivoire but if you're not a french speaker you might struggle. Best hotel?
The best thing about Douala in Cameroon is both English and French are spoken so how about your best Hotel stay here?
Ok Dakar next. The ocean is a prime attraction so clearly one with a view maybe?
Crossing over the Sahara...Egypt, anyone?
I had possibly the best experience in Africa in Morocco. Which city did you visit and which hotel did you stay?
I love Sidi Boussaid in Tunisia. It is the not-so-poor man's version of Santorini. Anyway, best hotel in Tunis?
Let's jump to Central Africa. Gabon anyone?
East Africa, let's go. Your best experience in a hotel in Kenya.
Most times you pass through tanzania, just to go to Zanzibar. but any hotels in Tanz?
Rwanda is more than just the gorillas. What's your best hotel stay?
Mozambique may have the longest coastline in Africa and also the smallest airplane runway in Maputo but its a fun place to visit too. Hotels?
South Africa finally. Cape Town obviously first, then Sandton. Anywhere else you stay, you're on your own. Hotels?

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16 Apr
The problem is not the printing of money. Its how you release that money into the economy. Let's break this down using the economy function

Y = C + I + G + (X-M)

C = Private Consumption
I = Investments
G = Government consumption
X-M = Net Exports (exports - imports)
The best way to understand this is to use numbers so let's imagine Y = 100 and broken down as follows:

Y(100) = C (80) + I (10) + G (13) + X-M (-3)

This basically shows how we arrive at Y. If you want to grow Y, you can find a way to increase C or I or G or make X-M +ve
NBS has the breakdown for Nigeria in its 2020 GDP and its more like this

GDP = C (62) + I (16) + G (9) + X-M (13)

Source: NBS
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