- Woooooooah we're halfway thereWe cannot believe that we have been out here for 8 weeks now - time is going so quickly! We thought we'd had our fill of Ghanaian drama but CRASH the car hit a mango stand leaving Hannah covered in Posted by HannahandLily in Variations on a theme of custard | Mar 1, 2017
- It was all going swimmingly...We are never moaning about the food or the weather out here again after spending a week in a Ghanaian hospital. We take back everything we said.
Week 5 went well and very quickly. We now have full accompaniment for Posted by HannahandLily in Variations on a theme of custard | Feb 20, 2017
- Africa’s Cheapest Safari[float=right][/float]Having just barely made it [[http://askgudmundsen.travellerspoint.com/120/|off the Volta Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Feb 12, 2017
- AccraAh Accra, I'd forgotten how oppressively hot, dirty and dusty it can be, it's complete chaos, with all the street sellers, tro-tros, cabs and so many people trying to get their right of way, with the sudden random 'sewerage' smell Posted by Kaz76 in West Africa overland | Feb 7, 2017
- Patience is a virtue Hello,
It is still hot. We're quite sure we have never been this hot in our entire lives and cannot remember what it feels like to be cold...and our fan broke today.
The food is still spicy, custard is still common Posted by HannahandLily in Variations on a theme of custard | Feb 7, 2017
- Sailing the Volta Lake in 30 Hours[float=right][/float]Slowly floating down the second-largest human-made lake in the world is a relatively Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Feb 4, 2017
- Funeral of a Queen Mother[float=right][/float]As we’re walking past the corpse of the queen mother, an official’s angry hiss Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Jan 31, 2017
- Weeks 1 & 2Hello from a very hot and noisy Ghana,
We are in Jamestown, Accra for a few months to teach music to orphans and street children who attend the JayNii streetwise foundation. We are living at the centre with its founders (Jay Posted by HannahandLily in Variations on a theme of custard | Jan 23, 2017
- I’m Taking a Vacation[float=right][/float]2017 began with celebrating New Year’s Eve on a Ghanaian beach called Kokrobité. In Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Jan 19, 2017
- Send More Money, Please[float=right][/float]Roaming around West Africa for a year isn’t cheap. It’s not particularly expensive ei Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Jan 14, 2017
- Winter FestivalWe are organising Bomb Fire parties and jams on the beaches of Elmina and Cape Coast.We will guide you to tour Zoos,Safari,Wild Animals and Animals Sanctuary,Interesting and Cultural Centres and places of interest. You get a chance to mingle with Posted by Mpoanu.Fun.Tour in Mpoanu Fun Tours | Dec 4, 2016
- Africa!Well this was a wild trip. Just a few days after getting back from Denver I headed out to Africa without the gf.
Ran into many friends.
I flew to Frankfurt and laid over fo Posted by fracmeister in SPE President Travels | Aug 9, 2016
- 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