Tag Archives: Ghana

Travelling as a Picky Eater

If you know me, you know that I’m a picky eater. I’ve always made an attempt to try new things, but there are a lot of common ingredients which I just can’t stand.  On top of things like spicy food … Continue reading

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Leaving Ghana… Bittersweet

I have many draft posts that I meant to put on my blog but never finished.  So here’s one I wrote before leaving Ghana, let’s see how true I still think it is.  I wrote the top 5 things I’ll … Continue reading

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Privilege – it’s hard stuff…

In our pre-departure training we had a session on race, privilege and gender that was really eye opening.  They said that most of us have privilege because we come from a country that is WEIRD. Western Educated Industrialized Rich Democratic   We … Continue reading

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Quotes from life in Ghana

Since I arrived in Ghana I’ve been collecting a list of funny, inspirational, and random quotes that I hear very often in my everyday life.  Here are some of my favourites…. “Wow, look at that. Nothing says fancy like gold … Continue reading

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Mole National Park: Elephants, Thieving Baboons and Relaxing by the Pool

I had been debating for weeks. Should I visit the north again? Would a trip to Mole really be worth it? It was a lot of time and money and the plans were getting more complicated by the minute… but … Continue reading

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Trotro Etiquette: Your Guide to Getting Around Ghana!

Getting around is one of the most important aspects of everyday lives.  Depending where you live or work around the world, your transportation could include walking, taking a bus/train, riding a bike, driving (motorcycle or car), or even flying.  In … Continue reading

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You Learn Something New Every Day!

Here are thirty new interesting things I have learned about life in Ghana… one for every day I have left in this country!  I hope that you find these thoughts interesting, and you might even learn something new. 🙂 It’s super easy to … Continue reading

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