Elmina Beach Resort

Address: 1 JJ Rawlings St. , Cape Coast, 00000, Ghana | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 1 JJ Rawlings St. , Cape Coast.
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    Travel Blogs from Cape Coast

    Becoming one with the Africans

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... the patients well. Additionally, nurses don’t seem to know much and are not eager to let me help them. I think it’s because I am white for many of them, as I can tell that they need help. When that is an issue, I just go to the next person; no use in making a fuss over people who refuse my help.

    Something Kofi told me about was that people here often have to make the decision whether or not to take a family member ...

    African game night!

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... to be very interesting because in the USA we take baby from mom right away.

    Today I also met a Ghanaian friend named Pamela who offered to be my host mom. She was a woman working the hospital desk and, after exclaiming that I have a host mom, introduced me to her friend to marry him. After explaining that I have a boyfriend she says “who cares, you’re not married are you?” And I said well no, but I am not ...

    Word vomit... no, actual vomit

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 08, 2015

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    ... of her meds with. There is a lot less work for the nurses than in America, as it unimportant to keep too great of patient hygiene in the first place and many patients do a lot for themselves.

    Similarities I noticed were that they did wear gloves just like we do. One dropped on the floor at one point and Mercy threw it away without hesitation. After changing the patient, we threw them out and washed our hands, which I was pleasantly surprised by. We even got ...

    National park , monkey park & slave castle

    A travel blog entry by lucy.wright on Nov 22, 2014

    ... towards the national park we first stopped at the monkey sanctuary to be met by Mr Dennis , Mr Dennis lives and owns the sanctuary he build this from scratch approx 8 years ago he moved from holland Rotterdam and came to Ghana to visit wishing to rescue monkeys from all over Ghana as they were poorly treated and kept in cages so small that it was horrendous he found a plot of land and started ...