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Dear Our President,

I hope you are well. I really need some of your stamina. In between talking to other lapors and travelling through the land with my ears and eyes wide open, I am very tired. 688 more words

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Hi Beloveds!

Welcome to another episode fro my Welcome To Ghana Series. In this episode I head with my family to Cape Coast Castle which was a major slave port during the Atlantic Slave Trade. 92 more words

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Elmina Castle - A dark history

Seeped in history, Cape Coast, especially Elmina where I visited, remains original to its culture, history and its people. A proud fishing district.

I visited Elmina Castle, a former slave castle owned by the Portuguese and Dutch from 1471 to 1814. 139 more words


Cape Coast Castle

I was lucky enough to do a weekend trip to Cape Coast. It is probably one of the few places that I’ve traveled to around Ghana where I wish I could of stayed longer.   517 more words

Cape Coast, Day 5: Above the treetops and into the past

Today has mostly been a catch-up day for work and we spent all of it in the hotel, so nothing of note to report for day 6 in Accra. 2,340 more words


Letter from Elmina Castle

Dear Esosa,

These words I send to you in a dream.

The voice of my broken self as I lie on this cold , rough floor. 482 more words



I’m always proud to say that I’m Ghanaian, well Ghanaian-American. If you can believe it there was a time when I didn’t feel that way. 804 more words