Category Archives: 10 Ghana

Ezile Bay: A Taste of Paradise

The first time we came to Ezile Bay, we’d been to check out Busua, the more famous surf tourism spot, and were on our way to Cape Three Points, Ghana’s southernmost tip. About 45 minutes down an increasingly narrow and … Continue reading

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The President’s Right

Ten minutes after our encounter with the off-putting Georges, as we were rattling down a backroad along the coast, I suggested to Sampson he pull off at a random left towards the beach. I was still shaking and just longing … Continue reading

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Accra: Living in a Box

Ghana’s Independence Day, March 6th, started with a dramatic sky very reminiscent of the movie of the same name. Mom had just left, we were back at the Accra Mall and I was in a bit of a slump. A … Continue reading

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Going GhaNanas

Storytelling in strict chronological order will have to be abandoned in Ghana, or this blog will become unbearably tedious – if it hasn’t already. So brace yourself for an onslaught of overviews. Ghana was unusual for us, because instead of … Continue reading

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Ghana, by George

At first I found it difficult to get a grip on Ghana. As we’d spent the afternoon in the art gallery in Lomé, and it took a while to cross the border, we’d entered Ghana on a Friday about 6pm. … Continue reading

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