Mighty Victory Hotel

Address: Cape Coast, Ghana | Hotel
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Cape Coast

    The return trip home

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Aug 19, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... He immediately looked down and away, and remained that way most of the rest of the time we were there. Like most of the people we encountered, he must have thought they were my
    daughters, and he didn’t want to upset the dad. They were in no physical danger, but the rude ogling really rubbed me the wrong way…

    Final note: Our flights were all smooth and on time. We arrived in Atlanta, our port of entry, and moved through passport ...

    The Sabbath on Camp

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Aug 15, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... of the Elmina congregation died Friday night. He had been ill and battling serious health problems for quite some time, but the reason he died this weekend is what is so disheartening: the doctors in Ghana have been on strike for the last three weeks, and they are refusing to treat any patients.

    The demands of the doctors include the government providing them with more free fuel each month (they already receive something like 20 gallons free each month), free ...

    The trip to Elmina

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Aug 11, 2015

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... have good food.
    Marie wanted to try something from the native food portion of the menu, but unfortunately they were out of her first choice. She did get red-red, which is what we would call black-eyed peas in a sauce and it generally comes with fried plantain. It is a meal I also quite enjoy. Hannah ordered a curried chicken dinner that she liked, and I had an old staple of fish and chips (French fries). It is not like the ...

    Don't be afraid of the dark!

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 24, 2015

    ... her eyes and realized she was still sitting there.

    Speaking of light and dark, we had a conversation with Enoch today about daylight savings. He didn’t understand the concept and it was quite comical actually to hear him question us on how everyone knows to change the clocks and why they do it. Then he told us Africa probably doesn’t have the sort of thing because he doesn’t know how people would find out. Not enough people have television ...

    African birth

    A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 22, 2015

    ... time. They do gender assignments based off of the umbilical cord, with a straight one being a girl and if it’s a wrapped cord it is a boy. The nurse today was telling us how accurate it is and how it worked for all three of her children. I don’t know how much truth there is in this, but I thought it was an interesting tidbit.

    What is disturbing to me about birthing in this country ...