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Travel Blogs from Cape Coast
... door of no return, which is where the slaves were led through to the ships which took them to America. The tour culminated in us being shown the overwhelming governor's office and residence in the tallest and most prominent tower. Shame on us!
This afternoon was spent visiting a patient in Cape Coast hospital with Beata. Linda, a 7 year old girl from Winneba, got Typhoid at the start of this year and after treatment kept getting recurring bowl perforations, which means that now ...
... Latin America!
It was nearly five by the time we finished the visit at Cape Coast. Tom negotiated a taxi to the Coconut Beach resort where we sat under a straw roof and enjoyed a cold beer before ordering dinner. With the drinks they served a bowl of coconut fries which are quickly habit forming!
We had fresh grouper for dinner while we watched the sun sink into the horizon. It’s rather strange for us ...
... and they’ve presented it several times. It was very well done, and once again elicited some good questions and comments.
We did have to stop and take a break in the middle of his presentation because we lost power again for about 20 minutes. They had to shut off the generator to refuel once again. So once we had lights and power we were able to continue. The power did shut off and come right back on a while later, ...
over the menus for the next couple of days.
I’m glad we did, because he had intended to serve us calamari, which we
would not eat due to the fact that it is not a biblically defined clean animal
for human consumption. He readily
understood and said he would substitute something else in its place. I will check with him tomorrow to see what he
wants to serve instead.
Two of the pastors wanted to ...
It might take a hard 30 minutes before we see the net, but eventually, it is there. Fairly small, it is not the catch of the year. Most of the fish are really small, and there is a ton of crabs in there. So much work for so little...
After lunch, we drive back home. And that is how Mario and Irene stay in Ghana came to an end. We had a fabulous time and so did they. I was a bit anxious for them ...
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- Swimming pool