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Kakum National Park

I’ve had some really bad internet the last few days, so here are the posts I wasn’t able to upload. I could only get one picture to load so I’ll add more on Friday! 490 more words


Off to Cape Coast!

​*pictures to come on Friday!*

The weekend was a nice change of pace from our usual schedule. We left our house this morning at about 6:30AM to make the trek out to Cape Coast. 504 more words


Oguaa Fetu Afahye; heavily flawed! 

I am not a permanent resident in the ancient capital, Cape Coast but schooling has made sure I have spent 8 years here.

From the times at Aggrey Memorial through UCC, celebration of the Fetu Afahye has been something remarkable. 239 more words


July 2016 trip report

Lluís Vives writes:

We’ve just come back from our trip in Ghana, which we really enjoyed. Your guidebook and updates have been really helpful although most of the prices have changed due to current exchange rate (for euro, about 4.4GHC / 1 euro). 115 more words


This Library Built In The Name Of Late President Atta Mills Will Bring Back Sad Memories

He was the President of Ghana from 2009 to 2014 until death took him away from us around this same time last year.

Ghanaians remembered Atta Mills… 95 more words


Student Spotlight: Brendan Sullivan "Coastal Ghana"

Spring 2016 Semester at Sea student Brendan Sullivan is passionate about the environment. For his final project in the Beginning Documentary Photography class he photographed some of the environmental challenges on Ghana’s Cape Coast, West Africa.   11 more words


The Republic Weekend /3


Cleansing your mouth with a day old palm wine on Sunday morning had a freshing feel. We stepped on the over rocks graced with crab spawns like jasper and moonstone whilst climbing to the back of the Cape Coast castle. 219 more words