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

... croc however that was rather large apparently they don't come out to say hi until the morning so may get to see them tomorrow . We spent the rest of the afternoon shopping a lovely craft shop selling traditional hand made bags and drums we purchased some items and went to check out the pool , I would swim in there if I was covered from head to toe by wet suit but it didn't look to clean so we sat back and watched some other people swimming instead . Dinner was lovely in the resturant I ...

Cape Coast

A travel blog entry by daniellefraser on Aug 27, 2014

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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 got ...

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. ...

Travelling on an international highway...

A travel blog entry by revdlynsay on May 17, 2014

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... from the bible painted on it. I don't know whether this is some kind of "good luck charm" or whether it reflects a real desire to praise God in all things. There are lots of small independent churches offering miraculous healing. The need for healing is also a hot topic on Ghanaian radio ...

Second Day of Classes

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

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... and so it is best that we don’t overload anyone with information.

It is interesting the way the language difference plays out when we go down to eat. With no direction the Ghanaians all sit together, leaving us Americans with our own table. The reason is they are much more comfortable speaking in their native Twi, and it seems to be relaxing and a break from having to struggle and work so hard to listen to and then speak ...

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