Ghana, all in all, is an amazing country. Loads of friendly faces always smiling, and the people behind those smiles are always wanting to help. The city of Kumasi, with a population close to 2 million, is something I like to refer to as a city that never sleeps. It's a busy place filled with tro tro's and taxis, that takes the idea of traffic to a whole new level.
Unforgettable! I have no idea where to begin. My time spent in Ghana was such an indescribable experience. I absolutely feel in love with Ghana, it’s culture and it’s people!
During my stay in Ghana I spent most mornings helping in the labour ward at the local hospital.
Africans are known of their hospitality and Ghanaians make no exception to this. Hospitality is the first thing you notice, when you arrive to Ghana.
Talking about hospitality easily turns to a discussion about food. I think that Ghanaian food is very good, although sometimes it might be a bit spicy.
Ghana is a very special place! The people are generous, hospitable, open-hearted, and helpful. It's been called the "Gateway to Africa" and I really think that is really true. I had never traveled to any African country before, but now I definitely have the desire to go back to Ghana and visit other countries, too. Working with the children at the school and the orphanage was a very wonderful experience.