Sanaa Lodge

Cape Coast, Ghana | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cape Coast

Slaves and Waves

A travel blog entry by mushbird25


... great showers and toilets for us. We were warned that the rip in the sea was fairly fierce and to go careful in the sea so a few of us went down together to have a play in the waves. The sea was definitely too strong to swim in so we just cooled off in the shallows playing with in the waves and just trying to stand up as they hit us.

I was now on the wind down to leaving the truck as I only have a couple of ...

Vacation Day 18

A travel blog entry by anna-leese.k

... it had been airing out without slaves for a very long time. We also saw the woman's dungeons and then went through the door of no return and then went back through it. We saw massive storage rooms, cells and the governor's house. The worst part was seeing the difference between the house and the dungeons. Unfortunately it was really expensive to pay to get photos so we did not take any. When the tour was over we went to another part of the ...

Castles and tree houses

A travel blog entry by rennyday

... much ;) I even had to Skype with Bella who is a 7 year old Shitzu poodle who has taken a large spot in all of our hearts. After that we had breakfast, packed and got ready to go! We caught a taxi to the trotro station. For those who don't know, allow me to explain a Trotro - it's sort of like a mini bus that manages to fit way more people then it should. We jumped on a trotro and made our way to Cape Coast. The whole ride was hot and sticky, but ...

My first Ghanian BBQ

A travel blog entry by rennyday

... when there was nothing to do the nurse gave us Fanti lessons. We then finished there and went for a swim at the Africa beach club. We then had the weekly BBQ which was great fun, but mad end super tired as I was writing this. So good night :) Catch you from somewhere in the world Renny ...


A travel blog entry by bastiengest


... and loads of lizards..

After unloading, we go strait to order food before checking the pool.There we find Sally, Ian and Debra, 3 teachers form LCS freshly arrived in Ghana like us. They plan to stay 5 days here to relax and explore. We are all in the same boat...

Lunch is finally there. We have a treat with a traditional dancing group that gives a show to a large table of an organisation of some sort who came for lunch. ...


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