This video was taken near ‘La Market’ in Accra when I randomly happened upon a 40 year class reunion parade. The various clothing styles symbolize different secondary schools.
This past Friday, every AFS student in Ghana was reunited for two days of orientations assessing our time in Ghana. Afterwards, we spent a day at Biakpa Mountain Paradise. Following are my favorite photos from the trip:
What will an ‘obruni’ living abroad in Africa miss the most upon returning to the United States? Read this post to find out.
What does someone living in a foreign land for nearly five months miss the most? Check out this list to find out.
Last week, I posted about the uniquely named caterers in the small town of Busua. As it turns out, Busua is full of characters. Today I’ll be introducing my favorite – Frank.
Whenever Andrew Zimmern is going to retire, I’m ready to replace him as the new Bizarre Foods host. Come watch my version of the popular Travel Channel television show!
During our trip to Takoradi and surrounding areas, one place I looked forward to visiting was the small town of Busua. This town was on my list for two reasons – surfing and pancakes. I mean, what else could one possibly need in life?
Earlier this month, five YES Abroad and two AFS students went on five days of independent travel. We went around the city of Takoradi (the capital of the western region) and its surrounding areas. It was a great trip; as Adriana puts it, “We spent five days straight basically just being beach bums… and it was so nice!”
Following are some of my favorite photos from the trip:
Come watch my latest vlog encapturing my long-term desire to hold a goat!
It’s the New Year – time to sit back, relax, and reflect about everything that has taken place throughout the past 12 months. Reflecting is good for the soul… and also for my sleep schedule since it’s almost midnight already and I promised I would be blogging daily because of the ’13 Days of Blogging.’