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... slaves passed from cell to ship hold is always a striking and thought provoking sight.
We visited the storage rooms that became slave holding cells, the barracks rooms for soldiers, the governor’s chambers and we walked around the top of the walls to see the view from all sides.
The view of the bustling fishing port of Elmina just below the castle is always fascinating to watch, with its long ...
... of a national dish: a large dumpling of plantain and cassava served in a bowl of soup. It’s eaten without forks or spoons so it’s a very hands-on meal… The red-red, however I really enjoy: a mix of black eyed peas, onion, and fried bananas which all turns red when cooked.
I had my first dessert in several weeks: a crepe and scoop of ice-cream, which was included in the menu.
When the ...
... music, mostly percussion, and other drummers were banging away as well.
We finally arrived at the church hall a little before 1:00 pm, the time announced in Elmina for the service, but in Agona the plan was two o’clock. So we pulled some chairs into a shady spot and waited and talked in the heat. Several of us drank refreshing milk from fresh coconuts as we waited.
When two o’clock came we began the service where Mr. Walker and ...
... it has run like this for quite a while, but one has to wonder how much longer that poor motor can take that kind of stress… The irony of some of the things you see in Ghana never ceases to amaze me. Looking out the window as we went through one of the little towns I noticed a very large sign, perhaps 8 feet square, sitting on a steel post like a street sign post that was at least 10 feet tall. In fact, there were two or three of them, ...
... départ du pont de singe. Construit par deux canadiens, ce pont est composé d'échelles en aluminium recouvertes de planches, le tout enveloppé dans un filet montant jusqu'aux épaules et maintenu par des câbles. Entre chaque sections, parfois longues de près de 100 m, des plateformes sur les arbres porteurs. Le tout est situé à une hauteur de 40 m et peut se balancer un peu, mais rien à voir avec les parcours d'arbre en arbre. Ce ne sont pas des obstacles à franchir, simplement ...