The State of the Nation Address was given yesterday and I can’t help but feel like the President thought if he says “everything is good” so shall it be. YesiYesi Ghana thankfully think like me. Advertisements
Yesterday before I set off to Kwahu I told my facebook community that I was heading to arguably the most beautiful mountains in Ghana. I think that’s a fair assertion since so many flock to Kwahu as a sort of pilgrimage every Easter. This is not for any real religious reason but just the fact… Continue reading Day 116: The Beautiful Kwahu
I’m just a bit in love with Kwahu. To be honest… I’m just a bit in love with most parts of the Eastern Region. There’s something about being out of the capital city of Accra that just makes everything so much better and I’m sure that is a sentiment that can be shared by anyone… Continue reading Day 115: The family in Kwahu
Today is Day 100!!! Woooo, I made it! If I was doing the #100DaysOfHappy challenge, it would look something like my blog. I’ve been tested and pushed and undermined (because of my femaleness, my youth and my foreignness all at different times, sometimes simultaneously), I’ve seen familiar faces and met new ones. Some of them… Continue reading Day 100: Strange Fruit
I went on a spontaneous photo walk with a cousin of mine, after he saved me from being robbed. We were just walking down the Achimota-Nsawam Road. This is Ofankor-Taifa area at night. I’m loving Ghana!