Han's Cottage Botel

Address: P.O. Box 1240 , Cape Coast, Ghana | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on P.O. Box 1240 , Cape Coast.
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    Travel Blogs from Cape Coast

    Don't be afraid of the dark!

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 24, 2015

    ... startled to realize the family was up and I was just passing by them. They were practically motionless and I just couldn’t see them in the dark. The second JoJo smiled, I could see his teeth and eyes floating in the air but black people are quite hard to see in the dark and even a little scary. I noticed especially last night when I was at dinner and little Susie sat with me in the dark and, since she’s so quiet, I thought she had snuck away and then ...

    African birth

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 22, 2015

    ... expand or were to let it expand in other natural ways, it would save a lot of pain and trauma. Especially since I haven’t seen 2 people birthing at once, it appears as if they have the time to do so but chose not to because Africans have this idea of having quick births.

    Something interesting I learned today is about their capabilities in telling whether or not the baby is a boy or girl ...

    The Barrier

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 15, 2015

    ... me.

    Another high point of my day was bringing Albert, a 16-year-old boy in the male medical ward 'Fanyogo,’ a type of ice cream. Another volunteer, Mary, did so every day while she was here to keep his spirits high since he is the only young boy in the ward. Since he can’t speak much English, my way of showing I care for him like Mary did is to get him Fanyogo now that she is gone. She ...

    Becoming one with the Africans

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... it saddens me to think about their healthcare. Today Blansing told me that people here do not get treatment unless they present their money upfront. Because the government does not fund the hospital sufficiently, they cannot afford to treat the many people who cannot pay. Someone could come in after being in a car accident, as my volunteer friend said happened the other day, and if they don’t have the money on them they must wait ...

    African game night!

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... br> After getting back to my ward from talking to Pamela on my way to AnE accident and emergencies (their ER equivalent, the OR is called the ‘theater’), I was almost done for the day. Something I have noticed here is that their restraints are just tying one finger on each side with a thin sort of gauze to the bed. They also use the gauze to tie a lot of things, as they don’t have many resources readily available. One thing ...

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