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Ghana: Land of Opportunity

I am standing waist deep in the Atlantic Ocean on the shores of Obuasi, a town not to far from Elmina, looking into the distance as the sunsets behind a row of palm trees. 353 more words


Oguaa Traditional Council Officially Announces Ban On Noise Making and Funerals

Fetu Afahye is an annual festival celebrated by the people of Cape Coast and also patronized by thousands of people from around the world.  The festival is slated on the first Saturday of the month of September. 91 more words


While in Ghana

While in Ghana, for the Ghana Teaching Project, I got a chance to travel around the country and see some amazing things. A few of the places that I went to were: Cape Coast Castle, Kakum National Park, Hans Cottage Botel, and Elmina Castle. 30 more words


RecycleUp! Ghana is here again

Dear followers of RecycleUp! Ghana, yes, it happens again! In one month, the RecycleUp! Ghana Summer Camp in Kumasi, Ghana will go into a second round. 152 more words

Five reasons why you should visit Ghana

In my last entry I vividly described all the things we didn’t like about Ghana. Contrary to what you may think, there were many things we DID like, too. 1,003 more words


Bored? No way!

If anyone says that they are bored in Ghana…they are probably lying. Yesterday…I went to:

  1. Cape Coast Castle: Anytime you get a chance to go to a castle, go!
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Stepping Out

I am writing at a time when many fellow Ghanaians have lost their lives due to flooding and a gas explosion in Accra.  Our thoughts and prayers remain with those who have, so unnecessarily, lost loved ones. 915 more words