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... br> Today I went to Kakum National Park, about an hour north of Cape Coast to do the canopy walk above the rainforest. Of course I could've taken a taxi for about $20, but you know I like taking public transport. I went to the proper trotro station and waited about 45 minutes for the trotro to fill up. The trip there cost $1.25. On the way back, a wealthy Ghanian couple that I met at the park gave me a ride back to Cape Coast on their way back to Accra in an ...
... who I've got to know very well in my excursions to Cape Coast. This afternoon I arrived in the LUXURY Coconut Grove African Village. I fancied pampering myself for my last weekend, so I splashed out a bit of dosh for this place. I am currently sitting by the pool, on the beach, watching the waves and using the FREE AND FAST WIFI. Tomorrow I'll be exploring Elmina Castle (on my ...
... Latin America!
It was nearly five by the time we finished the visit at Cape Coast. Tom negotiated a taxi to the Coconut Beach resort where we sat under a straw roof and enjoyed a cold beer before ordering dinner. With the drinks they served a bowl of coconut fries which are quickly habit forming!
We had fresh grouper for dinner while we watched the sun sink into the horizon. It’s rather strange for us ...
... br> After taking a break, we came back and Mr. Walker gave a very good and very thorough presentation on Marrying Outside the Faith. This has been a perpetual issue in Ghana, as indeed it is for much of the Church. His presentation covered many points, and then he fielded some very good questions from the fellows. I’m sure there will be more questions as we go along, but this is a very good way to begin the emphasis ...
... one while Mr. Walker politely declined. It seems he isn’t as fond of coconut, but was
content to watch us try to drink fresh coconut milk without pouring it down the
front of ourselves!
After services a group of about 15 members asked to speak
with me. This summer we are going to be
transferring all six pastors in Ghana to new locations, and they do not want to
see their pastor moved! They were