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Travel Blogs from Cape Coast
Today we visited Kakum National Park which is a rainforest about an hour from Cape Coast. At Kakum, you can do a canopy walk through the forest, there are 7 bridges and they are all about 400m high. It was a very scary to start with but we got the hang of it and the views were spectacular! After this we stopped into a Monkey Sanctuary which is run …
... acute malnutrition and had to be moved from Winneba to Cape Coast. She's on the mend apparently, her bowls are getting better but she is extremely malnutritioned. She was extremely thin and the bones of her legs were clearly visible. The hospital was interesting too. It looked like a very basic NHS hospital, while the floor of the emergency room was covered in blood that was being cleaned up. The Tro-Tro ride back was the usual. The sliding door fell off and had to be tied back on.
... American to watch the sun set at the end of beach, where the land meets the sea. Usually in North American we either see the sun rise out of the ocean or see it set into the ocean. But we are in a place where the coast runs east and west. So the sun rises where the sun meets the sea and sets in the same way (though on the other side of course).
The Elmina Bay would have been close enough to walk to if the beach ...
... was when they shut down the generator because the mainline power was back on.
We finished up the day with a presentation I gave on the Role of Men and Women. Unfortunately, I believe we have tried to pack a bit too much into one day. There is an old adage that the mind can only absorb what the seat can endure – and I’m afraid we pushed beyond the endurance level of some of the folks. There were some very ...
... a local issue, so
they came up to my room after dinner and we talked until nearly 10:00 pm. After posting this travel blog it is going to
be time for me to shut down and head for bed.
All the pastors will be in by morning, and we intend to begin our
meetings at 9:00 am. I have assured them
I want to start at 9 Obrunie time, not Ghana time! They all laughed, but understand, and they
should all be ready on time in the morning.