Coconut Grove African Village
Travel Blogs from Elmina
... hundreds of them. They don't return until 7am the next day. The boats are all rowed, incredible, wonder they look hard! Had a few too many beers around a bonfire...couldn't be helped, there was a group of Canadian health work volunteers still at university who wanted to know everything we'd done... Haha not sure they realised just how I like an audience... As does mr Combrink! I could tell we lost them when they went to the toilet and never ...
... Mr. Meeker may run up to one of the castles tomorrow morning to pay the fee and shoot some video, but I don't think anything is decided for sure just yet.
This has been a good trip, and I think much good has been accomplished. There is much to do, but once again I feel like we've made good headway. Thanks to all who have been praying for the success of this trip and our safety!
... to end the Sabbath!
Tomorrow we intend to visit the Kakum National Park where we'll walk the suspended bridges, as well as the Cape Coast castle. Hopefully the weather will be clear (it has been pretty hazy these last few days) so we can get some good video footage. Then we have one more night in Elmina before heading back to Accra and boarding our planes Monday evening.
... there. They make a type of coconut french fry that is incredibly good. Sometimes I feel like telling them to forego the menu and just bring me a bucket of those chips!
We have not heard from the four men who flew out last night, but in this case we assume no news is good news - meaning they made the flight and are either now home or close to it. Mr. Mundeli flew out this morning, and was told at the airport that the flight was overbooked and ...
... a.m., dang! There was a restaurant so we grabbed our time to eat the breakfast. The volunteer and I split the cost for French toasts & I ordered a tall glass of fresh-squeezed pineapple & ginger (strong!) juice. Man, it sure aroused my palate! I took my time savorin’ the flavor of the juice. I no doubt wanna make the one when I get back to my homeland. And so are other Ghanaian foods. I hope to find a good cook book here ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services