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Train Ride From Tema to Accra

Did you know the train from Tema to Accra is back on track? Well it is! I caught the train few days ago from the Addogonno halt to the last stop-Accra central for the first time. It turned out a ...
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What’s My Travel Plans?

Hey loves! I’m guessing you’re doing awesome as always. I’ve been equally good and I missed you all. It’s been months since you last read from me on here, since this is my first post of 2019- let me start ...
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Back With A Bang

Hey wanderlusters, Seasons greetings to you’ll. Guessing you’ve been having a bomb ass holiday. In my previous post, I wrote about not having time to post and all that, but this new post is to let you know I’m back ...
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15 Pictures Of Ghana To Get You Wanderlusting

What’s it about Ghana you like? The people? Food? Culture? Festivals? Beaches? Whatever it is, Here’s an epic travel gallery from my trips on all aspects of the above listed that’ll get you planning your next getaway.   Well these ...
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My Journey To Jethzongo-Kumasi

There were just three weeks left for my sign-off from work and return back to my home country India. And there was a strong desire in me to go visit a village which was kind of far from where I ...
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5 Tips For Traveling In Ghana

When you travel, remember that a foreign land is not designed to make you comfortable. It’s designed to keep it’s own people comfortable-Clifton Fadiman. With that in mind, I’m sharing with you 5 great tips for traveling in Ghana to ...
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Cycling In Aburi – A Badass Adventure

Akwaaba to you TWA family!! Let’s take a trip to the green hills of Aburi, one of my favorite places in Ghana. Been a while I indulged in any sporting activities, hence the whole body ache I feel from yesterday’s ...
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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 ...