GHANA

Tales From Akaa Falls

Spontaneous trips are fun sometimes (most times for me) right? Alright so I woke up healthy in bed this beautiful Saturday morning – surfing the internet when I received a call from Yaw(Remember the pictures from the chalewote festival? Yes ...
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30+ Pictures From The Burial Rites Of The Asantehemaa

Asantehene(King of the Ashanti) is the ruler of the Ashanti people and the Ashanti land, a position of great power. The Asantehemaa on the other hand is the Queen mother of the Asante kingdom and also the pillar of strength ...
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Exploring The Volta Region, Keta, Sogakofe and Sokpe

Hi there wanderlusters!  Happy new year and welcome to the year 2017. Taking a wild guess, I can say your year started great, for me it’s going just well. Made my first trip out of Accra exploring the towns of ...
PERSONAL

Seasons Greetings From April

Greetings from Ghana to all my awesome readers and visitors. It’s been an awesome 2016 with lots of experience and many adventures. It’s been a bumpy and fun road all together. It’s in this very year I started Travel With ...
TOGO

Tamberma Valley,Togo – Home Of The Batammariba People

The Tamberma Valley is in northern Togo, about 80km north of Kara and close to the border with Benin.  It is a beautiful landscape of grassland and small trees, scattered with huge ancient baobab trees, where the Batammariba people settled ...
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The Union Buildings In South Africa.

While in South Africa this November, I made it a point to go see the union buildings. It’s located in Meintjieskop about 10minutes drive /35minutes walk from where I stayed in Sunnyside, Pretoria. The Union buildings are one of the most ...
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Cooling Off At The White Sands Beach Resort

Aloha TWA family, last weekend has been amazing spending my Saturday at one of the best beaches in Ghana. Don’t even know what to start writing about, the food, the beach, the buildings, the views? really don’t know where to ...
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Donkor Nsu – The Slave River In Assin Manso

I went to the Donkor Nsu river in the town of  Assin Manso together with my oral literature class last Saturday. The river is also  referred to as the slave river because that is where the slaves had their last ...
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Fun Moment At Boti Falls

Last Sunday, I made it a point to visit the twin waterfall and the umbrella rock in the Eastern region of Ghana. These kids were entering Boti falls at the same time as me. I decided to race them and off ...