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The Katanga Lesson

Considered one of Ghana’s finest senior secondary schools, Adisadel College’s rich history makes it the idea place for the training of the mind and body. The beautiful landscape and the tropical ecological preserves give it a unique and a siren learning environment. 912 more words

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GOING PRO..... A GoPro Story

Ever since I decided to document my adventures, it became somewhat daunting on me that I was gonna need a #gopro Camera. Man was I right. 110 more words


Trip to Elmina Castle

Took a trip to one of the oldest Castles in the country. We were late as usual but it turned out to be a blessing. We arrived just in time for the best sunset. 106 more words

Cape Coast Weekend

I haven’t posted anything in a while but nothing of note has really happened. I mean, I’m getting into a routine and events that I used to see as novel are becoming everyday occurrences. 1,612 more words

Collective Calm, Terrible Truths

Saturday October 18th
Wandering towards Cape Coast Slave Castle there seemed to be a collective calm in the air, as if the ocean breeze put everyone in it’s reach in a state of blissful relaxation. 175 more words

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South African novel The Keeper is almost a keeper

A review by Brenda Daniels

The Keeper is written by South African author Marguerite Poland. It tells the story of Hannes Harker, a lighthouse keeper who worked in the 1950s before automation takes over. 223 more words


Things my mother says: “Stop Frowning...

…don’t you know you are spoiling your face?”
I like to think that I have a normal face. I mean, no disfigurement, nothing out of the ordinary. 353 more words