Han's Cottage Botel
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... one of the largest three castles in Ghana responsible for the transatlantic slave trade. Cape coast castle was the smallest of the three castles and the highest in export of slaves. Our tour guide Sebastian was a great tour guide because he was knowledgable and patient with those who just wanted to take artsy photographs. I'm sensitive to the fact that my stay is a lot longer than many of the peoples I've met, but at times I found ...
... forest!! We then went to visit the ' friendly crocodiles'. These are crocodiles that you can supposedly sit on and touch. It seemed like a fun idea until we actually got there. We were lucky- due to the cool weather (it was only in the high 20s) they were all hiding and we couldn't interact with them. I was sooooo disappointed (add sarcastic tone here)- especially after the story of a tourist being disfigured from ...
... significant parts of the castle. Since some of the tour guides work hard to pluck the heart strings of tourists regarding the injustices of the past, I am confident we were able to hit the pertinent parts of the castles without some of the unnecessary and often fictitious embellishments. We do not support or endorse the wrongs committed, but neither can we pass on accountability for actions of 400 or 500 years ago on people today.
We ended the day with a ...
... 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 ...