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Weekend in Cape Coast

Weekend in Cape Coast || July 24th to July 26th, 2015

Elmima + Cape Coast Castle

This weekend we travelled West of Accra to the coastal and fishing city of Cape Coast. 1,069 more words


Cape Coast

So with our time in Accra beginning to come to an end, with only two weeks left on the programme before we’re due to leave. We decided that we would go somewhere else for the day, which meant leaving the house at the crazy time of six in the morning to catch a tro to Accra mall. 364 more words

Day 4: Experience and Educational Trips


The day started very early. As early as 7:00 am, Participants had their breakfast and were ready to start the Day’s activities. The first place the whole team visited was a waste disposal site at Nkanfoa, a suburb of Cape Coast. 402 more words

Ghana - what a holiday

Best holiday of my life so far has been to Ghana. It was just so culturally enlightening and has left me with an urge to return for longer next time. 823 more words

The World/Travelling

Ghana: Land of Opportunity

I am standing waist deep in the Atlantic Ocean on the shores of Elmina, looking into the distance as the sunsets behind a row of palm trees. 353 more words


Oguaa Traditional Council Officially Announces Ban On Noise Making and Funerals

Fetu Afahye is an annual festival celebrated by the people of Cape Coast and also patronized by thousands of people from around the world.  The festival is slated on the first Saturday of the month of September. 91 more words


While in Ghana

While in Ghana, for the Ghana Teaching Project, I got a chance to travel around the country and see some amazing things. A few of the places that I went to were: Cape Coast Castle, Kakum National Park, Hans Cottage Botel, and Elmina Castle. 30 more words