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Home » Articles » Destinations » Africa » A Journey in the Gold Coast: In Ghana
A Journey in the Gold Coast: In Ghana
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-03-24 00:45:41 (via
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Submitted by hannabobanna on 2008-07-26 04:55:20
I am an 18-year old Kiwi living in Ghana for the rest of this year.
Iv've been in Ghana for about2 and a half months so far.
In my opinion that was a very accurate depiction of life in Ghana. I think i even learnt some things! (i haven't taken much note of statistics and other 'travel facts' so far!)
Ghana...well my descriptions so far of this place are more 'emotional' and relaxed you could say
(i write email updates which your welcome to check out on my bebo blog space)
i would TOTALLY recommend Ghana as any kind of travel destination. The people are incredibly friendly, everything is SO relaxed.
The drivers are CRAZY but public transport are cheap, and so is things like hiring a driver.
Local food is spicy but there is also heaps of places to get any style of food (just don't expect it to turn up too fast!)
To be honest i still can't get over the friendliness of the people. at the moment all my time is spent in the city . (maybe its because they are so used to having white people around) but Ghanians have this really kool way of bringing you into their culture.
I know that Ghana has quite a large number of volunteers and other travellers, it is a very safe country(well compared to other parts of africa anyway).
im sorry i dont have more time but i could really go on about this awesome place
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-07-27 01:08:33

Ghana is really a nostalgic experience in my part when I was there last 2004. I wish I could visit again the country. Thank you for posting your comment about my article.

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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-08-07 16:03:01
i read the travelblog, it gives a pretty good description of ghanas past and statistics, but thats not really what the countries all about. its really about the people you meet and the beautiful things you see. people over there are very warm and welcoming and are as interested in your life and culture as you are in there's, everywhere you go you stop and speak to so many interesting people, i cant wait to go back!!! my school was great, i absolutly fell in love with the children, so happy and enthusiastic, was really great over there.
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