Sanaa Lodge

Cape Coast, Ghana | Hotel
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Cape Coast

A travel blog entry by lisaandjames on Aug 04, 2014

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... before walking in to church on Sundays. They also worked in the main parts of the castle as if everything was totally normal. You see, the slaves were thought of as possessions to the Europeans making it easy for them to do this without any feels of guilt. We saw 'the door of no return' where the slaves exited the castle to go to the ships. The tour guide was amazing and this was by far the highlight of the weekend ...

The Slave Trade

A travel blog entry by sabrinafrances on Jun 07, 2014

... the majority of the wrong-doing in the slave trade, our tour guide said that 'Africans cannot deny participation in the slave trade. We too allowed it to happen". I was surprised to hear this. Although it has been a while since I have learned about slavery, I don't ever remember hearing that some Africans were sold into slavery by their leaders.

Continuing the tour, we went to the Male Slave Dungeon, the Female Slave Dungeon, the church area, and several other rooms. ...

Second Day of Classes

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on May 06, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... study them more closely at home.

After the lunch break we came back with a presentation by Mr. Meeker on developing your marriage. This was a point where we had to take a power break (meaning there was no power, so we had to take a break until it came back on!). The meeting room is airconditioned when we have power, and it is humorous to watch what happens when we do take a break: the Africans all go outside to the heat and humidity ...

Day 1 of classes

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

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... and some eyes becoming a bit glazed over. If I had it to do over again, I think I would have shut it down after Mr. Meeker’s presentation and let everyone have a bit of time before dinner. I believe it is better to cover a little bit less information very well, then cover more information but it not really sink in. I’ll watch things more carefully tomorrow, and perhaps cut one presentation out. I will be back, so ...

Kakum National Park

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Feb 20, 2014

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Got on the road
for the park but managed to drive past the entrance and cover an
extra 30 kms before we found out. On returning there were signs
galore telling us how to get there but they only existed coming from
this direction, that said we eventually arrived there, We had
different options here, but we decided to ...

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