Tafi Monkey Sanctuary and Wli Waterfall, Ghana

Tafi Monkey Sanctuary and Wli Waterfall, Ghana

If you have read my post-How to travel around Ghana, you will know people told me all the Monkey in Tafi is Dead! And they don’t know where is Wli Waterfall. So, the other day, I had my 2nd attempt to go there and this time I finally met some local who knew something about their country:P It’s a LONG DAY afterall because it took me 3 1/2 hours from Somanya to Wli.

wli waterfall, ghana

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Busua, Ghana

Busua, Ghana

There’s just too many beach towns in Ghana but Busua is definitely one of my favourite. Why? because it is the safest(and maybe the smalled) beach town in Ghana. Not too touristic and not as dirty as other major town. I can really relax over there:)

beach in ghana-africa
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Presidential inauguration at Accra, Ghana

Presidential inauguration at Accra, Ghana

There’s 2 political parties running for election in Ghana- NDC (National Democratic Congress) and NPP( New Patriotic Party). John Mahama-who represented NDC, won the presidential election and was inaugurated on Jan 7th, 2013. I am not into politic but it’s for sure a fun day for me to be at the inauguration ceremony:)

john mahama
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How to travel around Ghana-My Edgy Opinions

How to travel around Ghana-My Edgy Opinions

This post is only my personal opinion while traveling around Ghana as a female. It might NOT be 100% correct so please take note:P To most people traveling around Ghana seems to be easy because it’s “safe” and it’s an English Speaking country. Personally I have no issue regarding personal safety because I didn’t feel anywhere were unsafe so far, but cautious is highly recommended:)

Martine at Ghana
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Cape Coast, Ghana

Cape Coast, Ghana

Cape Coast is my favorite destination in Ghana because it has beautiful beaches and lots of history. To me, Ghana for sure is one of the easiest country to travel around West Africa but you still need to be Street Smart over there. Mugging and crimes are still high but violence are limited.

fisherman at cape coast-ghana
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Kakum National Park, Ghana

Kakum National Park, Ghana

Kakum National Park has a long series of hanging bridges at the forest canopy level known as the “Canopy Walkway.” At 40 m (130 ft) height, the visitor can approach the plants and animals from a vantage point that would otherwise be inaccessible to people. The Canopy Walkway passes over 7 bridges and runs over a length of 330 m (1,080 ft). It’s really REALLY fun to walk pass all the canopy while hearing school kids screaming at the back…well, I went there during a SUNDAY, that’s why:P

kakum national park, ghana
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Happy 2013 at Cape Coast, Ghana

Happy 2013 at Cape Coast, Ghana

Happy New Year Everyone:) I am sorry I am kind of late to make a new year post but please do understand that I AM IN AFRICA! EVERYTHING slower in Africa:P Anyway, I hope all of YOU the BEST in 2013 and I hope my photos from Africa so far make all of you smiles:)

new year in ghana

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