Sanaa Lodge

Cape Coast, Ghana | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cape Coast

The Slave Trade

A travel blog entry by sabrinafrances

... feel sick. It was a feeling that I have never had before. I felt angry, disgusted, and overcome with grief. Several women in the group started to weep. The tour guide pointed out that directly above the male slave chamber was the church. Here, the Europeans went to worship, to preach the word of the Lord, to love thy neighbor. Below, neighbors were standing in their own feces, urine, and vomit, barely hanging on to their lives. Heaven on top, hell on the bottom.


Speed 3: Revenge of the Priest

A travel blog entry by gapyearjamie

... the sound of the sea as we ate the hamburgers we've so sorely missed. The dormitory is built in the style of an African hut, and the showers are outside under palm trees, so I feel like I'm in a tropical beach resort. The guidebook lied about this place. It said it was a disappointing third-rate beach resort that doesn't live up to its full potential. I personally like it. ...

Elmina Conference Day Two

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... men and women whose marriages have been very good examples for many years. This also generated questions and discussion.

We had a coffee break and reconvened for the day’s last session of questions and answers. The challenge of concentrating to understand our English is taxing and tiring, so we made the decision to save the last planned presentation for a future conference. The mind can absorb no more than the seat can ...

Arrival and Sabbath day in Ghana

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... but one was sick with a bad skin eruption of some kind. Those can be highly contagious, so we’ll need to be careful to avoid the risk of transmission.

At a little after 09:00 three battered taxis arrived to take us to Elmina for the morning service. Scheduled to begin at 10:00, the service started at 10:30 on what is called “Ghanaian time.” We sang hymns, had an opening prayer, some announcements and three pieced of special ...

The trip from Kumasi to Elmina

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark


... a “street preacher” who came on board to give a sermon as we started off. He gave his message in Twi, so I didn’t really catch most of it. Toward the beginning he made a comment about from Genesis to Revelation, then picked up his Bible and began reading. Over the next 20 minutes or so I became convinced that maybe he intended to read the entire thing from Genesis to Revelation! I was able to catch something about Noah and the ...


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