Sanaa Lodge

Address: Cape Coast, Ghana | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cape Coast

Weekend away begins

A travel blog entry by lucy.wright on Nov 21, 2014

... money to hopefully go to university to train as a nurse but this will take her a few more years to afford . She said that all she wants to do is help other Ghanaians what a lovely girl I wish more people had that attitude . We spoke about the area and what times to visit the places we had planned to go to tomorrow and other tips and advise so we are all prepared . Looking forward to Saturday a chance to see the slave castle , monkey park and if brave enough walk the canopy rope in the jungle ! ...

Cape Coast

A travel blog entry by daniellefraser on Aug 27, 2014

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... trees!

We all finished and walked back to the entrance where there was more African shops! We did more shopping and I bought a really cool orange dress!!

We headed back to the car and made our way back to Hans Botel where we had lunch! As we were having lunch people started to crowd round the outside of it, when I looked over there was about three big fat crocodiles sat on the river bank! It was amazing!! After lunch we ...

Cape Coast

A travel blog entry by jeneggener on Jul 14, 2014

7 comments, 16 photos

... restaurant. Honestly, observing the locals was far more entertaining than the games. At the restaurant here, right before halftime, all the guys would start rolling their own and getting ready for halftime where they would turn their music back on and some would get up and sing and dance. At the bar in Kokrobite, there were some real characters that would come in. One guy came in and started using sign language with two other guys that had just been singing to me. ...

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.

Second Day of Classes

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

2 comments, 2 photos

... can warm up while the Obrunnies all crowd around the a/c unit when it is working so we can cool down and stop sweating all over our papers! Just goes to show how much what you are used to affects you!

As the afternoon wore down, and Mr. Meeker finished his presentation it became apparent that it would be best to drop the final presentation that was planned for the day. I have one on Divorce and Remarriage, but it would be involved, take ...

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