Sanaa Lodge

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

The return trip home

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Aug 19, 2015

3 comments, 1 photo

... was about 30 minutes late departing, which put me in to Fort Smith a little after 10:30 pm. But my lovely and ever faithful bride was waiting for me as I came down the ramp! My luggage came out quickly and we left the airport headed for the house.

Thank you all for your prayers regarding the camp and our trip. I hope you enjoy reading these blogs, and that perhaps through them you can imagine a little more what life is like for your brethren in Ghana.


Friday at Camp

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Aug 14, 2015

3 photos

... a few questions surrounding the camp theme, and three of the questions were exactly the same, only worded differently.

When we didn’t get any more questions I asked them to explain to me Romans 12:1. They couldn’t, and no one would even attempt it. So I took some time to explain what it means to be a living sacrifice, and how this relates to the camp theme.

At the end one young lady asked about ...

The trip to Elmina

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Aug 11, 2015

4 comments, 3 photos

... Making that trek in the dark is a very good way to come back with wet shoes…
We’ll have a less pressured morning, since many of the campers won’t arrive until after lunch. We’ll get everyone sorted out into the four teams, settled in their dorms, and then have an orientation meeting before the first meal together, dinner tomorrow night. Then Thursday camp officially starts and we are off and running!


Don't be afraid of the dark!

A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 24, 2015

... s in need of them. I have also dirtied up my tennis shoes too much and am hoping the village can find use for them. Other than that, I am just all packed and ready to go.

Thinking back on my experiences here, Africa has brought me so much more in 3 weeks than I could imagine. It has taught me how to be independent and to speak up for myself. I have always been that way for the most part but now I feel like those traits have been reinforced. It has ...

African birth

A travel blog entry by rfricke on Jun 22, 2015

... a special moment the mother and father share that binds them even closer. Here, it doesn’t seem to have that significance, the focus is solely on bonding the mother and baby within the first 24 hours via the aforementioned immediate breastfeeding and lying with the child. That in itself is beautiful, but I feel like they are just missing a very critical piece.

Overall though, it was very ...

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