Mighty Victory Hotel

Cape Coast, Ghana | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Cape Coast

    Kakum National Park

    A travel blog entry by cassowary89 on Apr 20, 2014

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    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 …

    Cape Coast

    A travel blog entry by lisaandjames on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... scratching her across the face. The East Indian doctor I work with said he had been there- he enjoyed watching all the 'crazy white people' touching the crocodiles!!! The following day we went to Elmina Castle. It is one of the 3 previous slave castles in Ghana. It is the smallest and newest but held the most slaves. The tour was indescribable. I think I spent most of it shaking my head and in shock. It is rare for ...

    12 Years a Slave

    A travel blog entry by gapyearjamie on May 25, 2014

    ... 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.

    End of Conference and castle visits

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on May 06, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Day 1 of classes

    A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on May 04, 2014

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    ... 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, ...