Brenu Beach Lodge

Brenu Akyimin, Cape Coast, Ghana | Hotel

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The Slave Trade

A travel blog entry by sabrinafrances

... as we went into the first slave chamber, I got chills all over my body. While I have read the books and heard the stories about the horror of the slave trade, nothing could prepare me for how it felt to be there--standing in the same room where thousands of Africans were chained down, dreading the day they would be taken into slavery. Hearing our tour guide talk about the conditions that these people were subjected to and the unimaginable horror that they went through, I ...

Travelling on an international highway...

A travel blog entry by revdlynsay


... from the bible painted on it. I don't know whether this is some kind of "good luck charm" or whether it reflects a real desire to praise God in all things. There are lots of small independent churches offering miraculous healing. The need for healing is also a hot topic on Ghanaian radio ...

Second Day of Classes

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark


... and so it is best that we don’t overload anyone with information.

It is interesting the way the language difference plays out when we go down to eat. With no direction the Ghanaians all sit together, leaving us Americans with our own table. The reason is they are much more comfortable speaking in their native Twi, and it seems to be relaxing and a break from having to struggle and work so hard to listen to and then speak ...

Arrival and Sabbath day in Ghana

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... and immigration and was able to leave the airport in near-record time, by just before 5:00. Tom Clark and Leon and Reba Walker were waiting in the public arrival area. It was very good to see them all, good friends and respected colleagues of many years.

We caught up on our news as we walked to the parking lot. This was the first trip to sub-Saharan Africa for the Walkers, though they are among if not the most widely traveled in our ...

Looking at potential building sites

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark


... on which we could build up a Feast site, camp location and so forth. The taxi driver is also a Church member, Ben Clement, and he knows the area also.

Three of the four we were able to dismiss because of location or topography. One was very hilly, and it would take a lot to level a place enough to build. Another has partial structures already, but it consists of 60 acres and the owner wants to sell it ...


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