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Travels in Ghana: Coast and Castles

For our three day beach trip, we decided to rent a car that came with a driver. This was a brilliant decision. The car had air conditioning which is key, and having a driver meant that none of us had to worry about navigating through Ghana’s streets. 1,170 more words

White Chapel, Black Hole

Human excrement paves the dungeon floors at Cape Coast Castle. The same is true of other slave forts dotting Ghana’s coast, and along the rest of West Africa. 463 more words

Government Studies

Global Mamas in Cape Coast

Alison Robinson of Global Mamas writes:

Global Mamas, as listed on p207 of the 7th edition, is an NGO that helps provide sustainable livelihoods to women in Ghana by making fair trade products. 53 more words

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Ghana see my Best Friend - Part 3

Guest Blogger: Gloria L.

May 20: Back on the tro! I had a window seat! We were on our way to Mole National Park to (hopefully) see some animals. 1,148 more words

Ghana

Road Trip to Cape Coast

Three days after my arrival in Accra, I went on a road trip to a whole ‘nother part of the country — because that’s a reasonable thing to do shortly after you’ve just flown halfway around the world. 2,859 more words

My Experience at the Cape Coast Slave Castle

Visiting the slave castle was one of the main sites of importance that I was looking forward to experience. As many know, I did my AncestryDNA test a few months ago and I know the origins of my ancestry. 605 more words

Travel

Hard Lessons

I have always maintained that sports has shown me more in life than I ever learnt in thee classroom and recently this notion just keeps reiterating itself and incidents in sporting circles and in sporting activities keeps reinforcing the notion. 567 more words