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Mole National Park.

GHANA | Tue, 16 Oct 2018 | By pbm6 | Views [130]

At the entrance to Mole National Park, I am introduced to my safari guide. Robert is a serious middle-aged man with a large rifle. When I ask him why he needs a rifle, he explains that it’s in case we have any difficulties with the animals. I check ... Read more >

Tags: elephants, ghana, roof walking, safari, wildlife

Monkey Business at Tafi Atome, Ghana.

GHANA | Fri, 29 Sep 2017 | By pbm6 | Views [274]

I leave Ho early and continue north. Once out of the town the people of the small villages, mainly young women, walk along the road carrying large grey metal bowls on their heads. They have empty ones on the way to the water pump and full ones on the ... Read more >

Tags: fantafrica, ghana, monkeys, sabbatical, wildlife

First impression of Ghana

GHANA | Tue, 20 Dec 2016 | By hannaontherun | Views [204]

When I got to the gate for my flight to Accra I felt like an outsider for the first time in a long time. It was a weird feeling and to be honest I had some doubts, was this such a good decision?! But by the time I reached my seat in the plane all that ... Read more >

Tags: africa, ghana

Together as one

GHANA | Sun, 18 Dec 2016 | By hannaontherun | Views [142]

Nobody can do everything but everybody can do something! These words are the foundation of the amazing work that two swedish girls are doing in Ghana. Those words inspired me to do just that, what I can, is to go and volunteer - make the world a little ... Read more >

Tags: ghana, volunteer

The Living Toilet

GHANA | Sat, 1 Aug 2015 | By carlsbad_sven | Views [331]

I spent a month in Ghana working on a documentary some years back. At one point, the crew and I stayed in the Volta region with a family who was related to our subject. Everyone in the village was extremely friendly and excited that we were filming their ... Read more >

Tags: bathroom, documentary, ewe, ghana, togbe, volta region

Ghana: A Country of Contrast

GHANA | Sun, 10 Aug 2014 | By jesullivan94 | Views [309]

I was scrolling through pictures on Facebook reminiscing old times, and I came across some from my trip to Ghana last year. I thought I'd combine my nostalgia for the past with my passion for both travelling and writing, and so have decided to kick this ... Read more >

Tags: cape coast, ghana, nsuta, volunteering

Ghana - leftovers

GHANA | Tue, 3 Sep 2013 | By juliabedi | Views [448]

*I had been leaving notes in my phone, these are some leftovers that I forgot to post while I was away. The kids are so sweet, I had a lovely day today. It was Jennys last day so we had some toffee and played a bit of baseball. Emmanuela left today ... Read more >

Tags: ghana

A Temporary Home

GHANA | Thu, 25 Jul 2013 | By juliabedi | Views [840] | Comments [3]

A Temporary Home   24th July, 2013. 6:56AM in Cape Coast, Ghana   Ive been here for just over a week now and already I feel like I know this place really well, in terms of both people and getting around. Ghanains have such a ... Read more >

Tags: cape coast, ghana, projects abroad

First Impressions

GHANA | Tue, 16 Jul 2013 | By juliabedi | Views [804] | Comments [5]

i guess at first I was anxious of how things would be like in Ghana. I could never really form a picture in my head about it, all that ever came up was either the corrupt images from the news or the lion king...two huge extremes. Though, I had only ... Read more >

Tags: ghana

Ghana tour on budget - 1st of 5

GHANA | Sat, 1 Dec 2012 | By melmahdi | Views [4052] | Comments [1]

Ghana on the run – Cross Ghana Budget tour in 5 days - 1st day After spending all 6 days of general assembly of IFMSA; the International federation of medical students’ associations in Accra between Erata hotel – our accommodation ... Read more >

Tags: accra, budget, ghana

The Kitten who losses its family, survives a rain storm, and finds a home and job at last

GHANA | Fri, 21 Sep 2012 | By mcyonordeeforreal | Views [1018]

I met him at an area known as the Gap in the Liberians refugees Settlement in Buduburam, Ghana, where mostly young men go to drink cheap liquor, smoke marijuana, and to argue about the UNHCR’s cessation clause for Liberian Refugees, as its draws ... Read more >

Tags: buduburam, ghana, kitten, refugee

Ghana Local Laws

GHANA | Tue, 21 Dec 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [444] | Comments [1]

West Africa is a region of colour and chaos, very different to countries in the continent’s south and east. The differences may be the reason for travelling there, but could also be the same thing that gets travellers in trouble. Ghana has an array ... Read more >

Tags: africa, ghana, local-laws, travel-safety

Ghana Disease

GHANA | Tue, 21 Dec 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [387]

Disease and Africa goes hand in hand, so when you book your trip to Ghana be aware you will be faced with some pretty sinister illnesses. Most travellers will have a trip disease-free, but it’s better to know exactly what you face so you can protect ... Read more >

Tags: africa, disease, ghana, travel-safety, yellow fever

Ghana Crime

GHANA | Tue, 21 Dec 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [281]

Ghana is one of the gems of West Africa. It’s a relatively stable country in a region not known for peace and stability. But West Africa is a lot different to East and Southern Africa, and crime is a constant. It’s important to be very aware when ... Read more >

Tags: africa, crime, ghana, travel-safety

Getting Around Ghana

GHANA | Tue, 21 Dec 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [138]

Travel through West Africa can be very rewarding, but it can also be one of the toughest places to get from A to B. Ghana isn’t as bad as some countries but still has its problems. So if you are going to hit the road in Ghana, it might be a nice break ... Read more >

Tags: africa, ghana, transport, travel, travel-safety

Getting Around Ghana

GHANA | Tue, 21 Dec 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [355]

Travel through West Africa can be very rewarding, but it can also be one of the toughest places to get from A to B. Ghana isn’t as bad as some countries but still has its problems. So if you are going to hit the road in Ghana, it might be a nice ... Read more >

Tags: africa, ghana, transport, travel, travel-safety

moshi town,night clubs, maasai art, world cup

TANZANIA | Sun, 27 Jun 2010 | By kena | Views [1135]

i usually plan these journals but this is on the fly as i im in a rush with this new job ive picked up. moshi town is amazing. i have been able to walk freely amongst kili's hills , watch wonderful waterfalls drip from her rocky surface and lounge ... Read more >

Tags: africa, african art with kids, futbol, ghana, la liga night club, maasai, world cup

A day trip out of Accra, Ghana

GHANA | Mon, 13 Apr 2009 | By fayzie | Views [469]

A Day Trip If u head down the coast from Accra (about 3 hours drive) u find the Kakum National Park where there is a tree-top walk through the rainforest. You can also do a nature walk with a guide, but I didn’t do that. Unfortunately, ... Read more >

Tags: accra, ghana, sanity break

 

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