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  • Day Three: Mount AfadjatoMount Afadjato is the highest mountain in Ghana, with a height of 885 meters at the peak. It is located in a village called Glebdi and I chose to go there because I wanted to visit a more local area Posted by atran in Alysha's Travel Diaries | Dec 1, 2015
  • Day Two: Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park and Kumasi FortKwame Nkrumah Memorial Park was built in honour of a man who helped shape Ghana into the country it is now. Today, we had the honour of going there and paying our respects to him. Kwame Nkrumah was the first Posted by atran in Alysha's Travel Diaries | Dec 1, 2015
  • Day One: Hope For Life CharityLiving in countries like Australia and Singapore, which are both quite developed countries in general, and having the opportunity to travel around to places with people less fortunate that I am, has made me really think about just how lucky Posted by atran in Alysha's Travel Diaries | Dec 1, 2015
  • Mole National Park It was my first time seeing an elephant in real life and it was bigger than i thought. I did not only see elephants but also tons of other animals too and the place itself was beyond my imagination. I Posted by chriephtoyo in Ghana Travelogue | Dec 1, 2015
  • Cape Coast CastleWhen I first heard the word 'castle' I immediately thought of Elsa. But of course, this castle isn't made for ice queens to live in, instead this castle was made to keep slaves. Yes, slaves. When i first entered this Posted by chriephtoyo in Ghana Travelogue | Dec 1, 2015
  • Kakum National Park '"I think i might've made the best decision in my life"' At first, I wasn't sure whether i should go or not, but i think i might've made the best decision in my life. It is the best place to go Posted by chriephtoyo in Ghana Travelogue | Nov 30, 2015
  • Street Explorer (Part 1)I am Shogo, a Japanese boy who lives in Singapore. I went to visit 3 different cities in Ghana in my summer holidays to explore Posted by AwesomeSHO in Street Walker | Nov 23, 2015
  • July 24, 2015. Accra I've been in Ghana for almost 10 days and I've discovered something enlightening, there is no Starbucks in Accra, actually there is only one kind of coffee: Nescafe. After my experience with MacDonalds in Russia I thought that American chains Posted by RackofLam in Journey Through American Exceptionalism | Jun 5, 2014
  • July 15, 2015. Accra, Ghana. Arrived in Accra at 6:00a.m. And Mom, don’t worry, Accra is the safest capital city in Africa, and all my vaccinations are up to date. So first impressions, the people are very friendly, then again people are always friendly when Posted by RackofLam in Journey Through American Exceptionalism | Jun 5, 2014
  • TAKORADI, GHANA Takoradi is the first deep-water port in Ghana and is the port of export for their natural resources. Few cruise ships call here – can you tell? [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/92262/07 Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 5 | Apr 8, 2014
  • Tema, Ghana Wednesday 22nd JanuaryTema is the big port for Ghana, built in 1960 as a man-made harbour. We visited a local community and had a similar welcome ceremony as yesterday but much grander as we were meeting the local King and his Elders. Posted by Tony and Penny in Tony and Pennys Travels | Jan 27, 2014
  • Takoradi, GhanaTuesday 21st January 2014 When we arrived the Captain told us it was 30 degrees and rising and it was expected to rain sometime in March! We had a really full and certainly hot day. We left the port on the Posted by Tony and Penny in Tony and Pennys Travels | Jan 21, 2014
  • The Volta Region- GhanaOn the last afternoon of the workshop we headed out to see one of the rural clinics and then onto lunch and a boat ride in the Volta region. The water here was incredible and the group was fantastic. I Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Dec 4, 2013
  • God Loves GhanaForeign aid workers and development agencies are legion in Ghana, while numerous church organisations vie for the Ghanaians’ hearts and minds and pockets. Religion is a booming business here and spiritual organisations try to outdo each other with ever mo Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Dec 3, 2013
  • Emerging Viruses Workshop- GhanaThe whole reason I went to Ghana was to attend a workshop in emerging respiratory viruses. I absolutely loved the workshop and so overall it was a fantastic trip- both for work and play! One of the most interesting things Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Dec 3, 2013
  • A Ghanaian Folk TaleWe’re spending our last few days in Ghana on the beach - a long weekend beneath a blazing sun; with coconut palms swaying in a warm tropical breeze and the swish of the waves rocking us gently to sleep under Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Dec 1, 2013
  • An Airplane Restaurant- GhanaThis was pretty neat. I think it would do better as a club with a big bar, big couches, and a dance floor. But who knows- they did just open. Standing outside I did notice that the tail looks cracked Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Dec 1, 2013
  • Polo: Ghana v South Africa - GhanaThis is something I never thought I'd see in West Africa. I ended up at an afternoon Polo match last Saturday after having lunch at a South African BBQ restaurant called Cuzzy Bro's (highly recommended if you visit Accra- Owned Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Nov 30, 2013
  • In a Ghanaian MarketWe dance effortlessly through life as we skip from supermarket to supermarket snapping up the finest products from every corner of the world and, during our short Canadian summer when the fields of our rocky isle reluctantly hand over their Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 28, 2013
  • Coming Down from MoleIn her 1996 novel, ‘Coming Down from Wa’, Galiano islander Audrey Thomas wrote about life in northern Ghana and her story was brought to life for us when we followed her footsteps and headed south from Mole back to Sunyani. Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 27, 2013
  • All The President’s MenMole (pronounced Mo-leh) is a national park of nearly 5,000 square kilometres bordering Burkina Faso in the north of Ghana. We came for four days and were promised elephants, but first we met the President of Ghana, John Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 26, 2013
  • Christmas Comes Early in SunyaniHere we are just 5 degrees north of the equator sitting by the hotel pool under a tropical sun in 32 degrees heat listening to ‘I’m dreaming of a white Christmas’, ‘Jingle Bells’ and ‘Joy to the world’, over the Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 22, 2013
  • Accra - Not Recommended by Blissful AdventuresCulture shock is a phenomenon rarely experienced by us but Accra, the capital of Ghana, took us by surprise in spite of Sheila’s previous experiences. According to the Travellerspoint Travel Guide Accra is considered one of Africa’s most developed cities Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 21, 2013
  • Nubuke Art Foundation- GhanaThis place turned out to be an absolute gem. Close to the University of Ghana, this community arts center and gallery is incredible and free. They run workshops for kids on the weekend, including reading clinics, paint murals with community Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Nov 19, 2013
  • Kwame Nkrumah Memorial- GhanaOn my day touring around downtown Accra I went to the Kwame NkrumahMemorial site where Nkrumah is buried. Nkrumah was the leader of Ghana and its predecessor state, the Gold Coast, from 1951 to 1966. He oversaw the nation's independence Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Nov 18, 2013
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