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Την Γκάνα την είχαμε βγάλει από το πλάνο μας, μιας και τι δεν είχαμε ακούσει από άλλους “ταξιδιώτες”! Και για την βίζα, αλλά και για το πέρασμα των συνόρων. Οι περισσότεροι είχαν καταλήξει στο συμπέρασμα πως δεν μπορείς να επισκεφτείς την Γκάνα, αν δεν έχεις ήδη πάρει τη βίζα από τη χώρα…

Depressing slave forts and joyful carnivals (Ghana)

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After our unusually high traveling speed of the last couple of days we were longing for a day or two at the beach and headed straight down to the coast around Cape 3 Points. As it happened so often before we ended up staying more than a week at different places on the West Coast including Ezile Bay, Busua and…

Day 41…Douala to Accra to Lome- Going local!

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Hi Guys,
Sorry for the slow blog. I had a couple of, lets call it interesting days.
My route

I left Douala relieved that I was on my way again. Not my favourite means of travel but at least making some ground after being stuck in Douala. I left Foyer du Marin and headed for the airport. The bike left…

The Gold Coast

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Cape Coast, Central, Ghana.

“Gold Coast.” Even the name conjures up images of unimaginable wealth right there for the taking along with palm-fringed beaches and natives who will bring it all to your feet. The reality, however, is more brutal. The Portuguese arrived in what is now Ghana in 1471 and started building forts around 1590. After that, the British, French,…

The Choggu Yapalsi Islamic Primary School

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Tamale, Northern, Ghana.
About seven years ago I (Twan) raised money from friends and family to build a school in Tamale. I was 17 years old and travelled to arid, dusty, Islamic Northern Ghana to make a difference to the lives of the children who live in the Yapalsi-area of Tamale. In 12 weeks I built the Choggu Yapalsi Islamic…

Ghana’s forts and beaches

Day 90,91: animal kingdom
We have been complaining quite much about the West African roads, but Ghana appears to be in a league of their own. Ghana has been an example to most African countries; it’s democratic, they have a solid education and health system and they are well catered for all kind of tourism. Infrastructure however does not seem…