Sanaa Lodge

Cape Coast, Ghana | Hotel

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The Slave Trade

A travel blog entry by sabrinafrances

This weekend, we traveled to Cape Coast, Ghana. The drive was supposed to take 7 hours, but due to heavy rainfall followed by unexpected flooding, it took 11. We stayed at the Hacienda Hotel, (Hello air conditioning!). Unfortunately, we did not have any running water while we there, but even still, the hotel exceeded our expectations. Our first activity on Saturday morning was the Canopy walk. We climbed up a mountain and then were able to walk on narrow boards with ropes on ...

Second Day of Classes

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark


... 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


... bring my presentations at a later time if necessary.

After dinner I needed to meet with one couple, and I wanted Mr. Walker to be there too. So we met at the Walker’s room (a ground floor room) and had a good discussion for about an hour. Now it is time to finish off a few more things and turn in. I’m very tired, and hoping very much that I can keep my streak of good night’s sleep going for a 4th ...

Kakum National Park

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary


... aerial walkway. This
consisted of seven rope suspension bridges. The bridge was made by
erecting two ropes between the main points and then tying ropes to
these which hang down to support a 15” wide wooden plank at the
bottom. The longest bridge was 300 metres and we got to 40 metres
above the ground. It ...

Slaves and Waves

A travel blog entry by mushbird25


... were selling drinks also gave some of the group big shells with their names painted on them. Not sure what this was about as they weren't after any money for them.

After lunch we drove out of town and along the coast to the Stumble Inn. It was such a great spot on the beach. It was made up of straw huts as guest rooms and a nice cosy bar which also served food. There were tables and chairs overlooking the ...


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