Nana Bema Hotel

100A West Holy Child, Cape Coast, Ghana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 100A West Holy Child, Cape Coast.
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Travel Blogs from Cape Coast

The Last Day of the Conference

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

1 comment, 1 photo

... oldest European structure in sub-Saharan Africa, having been established in 1482. After a time it became evident that the slave trade was as lucrative or more so than goods, so both castles were converted to use for the transport of slaves. It is this for which the castles are most infamous.

Mr. Meeker and I have been through both castles multiple times each, so we were able to by-pass the standard guided tour and more quickly take the Walker’s ...

Elmina Conference Day Two

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on May 05, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... br> Dinner was served after 6:00 pm: raw vegetable salad, chicken, fried rice, palava (or palaver) sauce – a spicy stew of greens, and chocolate cake and ice-cream for dessert. The breeze had died as the sun set, so it felt warmer, but still it was a pleasant evening.

Tom will have some more individual meetings with couples this evening and I’ll work on my articles. Tomorrow morning we will finish up the conference and ...

Arrival and Sabbath day in Ghana

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on May 03, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... a chance to cool, and we met at the restaurant for our chicken which was spicy and very good. We won’t stay up late.

Saturday morning we met for breakfast at 08:00. There were two families of French diplomatic corps, chatting away in French, already there when I arrived. We ordered eggs and toast and fruit and coffee and talked over the day that was starting. Three pastors and their wives were already at the hotel where we will hold ...

The trip from Kumasi to Elmina

A travel blog entry by thomas.clark on Jan 28, 2014

1 comment

... However no live animals were tied up there – something I’ve seen a number of times before! On previous occasions when I’ve ridden the busses, I’ve watched a “street preacher” or someone stand and pray at the beginning of the trip as we pulled out of the station. Considering the traffic, that’s not a bad plan, and I often pray multiple times along the way! But this time I saw something a little ...

Cape Coast visit

A travel blog entry by bastiengest on Jan 04, 2014

19 photos

... is very different from the Elmina castle because of it. It is not as intense and emotional.

Yet, the visit is necessary if you come to Ghana. Mario and Irene are really happy with it, despite the heat. At the end of the tour, we go shop t the market installed inside the castle and then, we go back to the car. I am happy to see that it is still here and after paying a few cedis to the «parking attendant», it is time to go test the water at Sisimbo!