Feb. 28, 2024 Live from the road


Reported by Shivabhakta 5.0 km

Elmina. This beach is just front of the Pere Planque school.

From the Elmina Castle we run on the beach about a kilometer, and we had a 150 m run among the houses to the Holly Wood School. 35C and 90% humidity put a big load on us.

Holly Wood school

Pupils with Sri Chinmoy's paintings gifted by the team of runners.

The peace torch has a magical magnetism to pull the children to touch it.

Future Stars School with the hall that will be finished in the future.

The Gold Coast is just right outside of the hall of the "future".

The fun -part is the receiving paintings. Teachers and runners in the hall of sunlight.

Christ Cares School.

Jarna-Khala paintings. They will end up in the library. Not only the Christ care about these children but these devoted teachers too.

The Elmina castle

Elmina, also known as Edina by the local Fante, is a town and the capital of the Komenda/Edina/Eguafo/Abirem District on the south coast of Ghana in the Central Region, situated on a bay on the Atlantic Ocean, 12 kilometres (7+1⁄2 miles) west of Cape Coast. Elmina was the first European settlement in West Africa and it has a population of 33,576 people.

Torch carried by
Shivabhakta (Hungary).  
Accompanied by  
Mabel, Makaiver, Santiago, Daniel, Harold, Jack, Princ, Lacus, Jerry and other local runners from Ghana
The torch has travelled 5.0 km in Elmina.

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