Aug23

The Elmina Castle And Slavery River With the sea wave fluttering the beach, everyone got up. Today is the first day we live in the Anomabo Beach Restore, which is the best place we lived so far. We listen the sound of the Atlantic Ocean everyday. After the breakfast, our driver, James, picked us up to Elmina, a historical town located near the Atlantic Ocean. After briefly seeing the beautiful scenes around the castle, we stepped into...

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The Monkey Sancutary of Ghana
Aug19

The Monkey Sancutary of Ghana

Monkey Sanctuary With the sunrise of the morning, we stepped on the road to the monkey sanctuary.It was a long trip that we headed north part of Ghana for almost 4 hours. When the driver drove our van on the main street, I found that the deforest rate is significantly high that a lot of grasses or forest were burned, mainly due to people who are for fertile soils to plant or for building their houses. Through deeply analyzing what I...

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African Traditional Religion
Aug16

African Traditional Religion

African Traditional Religion With the sunrise of Kumasi into the room we lived, everyone got up and headed down to eat the breakfast. The flavor of Kumasi’s breakfast is a little bit different from the breakfast in Sunyani. The breakfast here has the sausage, which Sunyani does not have. After eating the breakfast, I read two articles, one of which aimed to explain what the African traditional religion is. According to that article,...

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