Tamale
Tamale
Mole National Park
Mole National Park

guard

Mole National Park
Mole National Park

tour guide

Tamale
Tamale

Man making smocks

George
George

George is professional swimming coach, and lifeguard at the University of Ghana Rec Sports. He piloted the swim program in his community after being in the National Service. He believes swimming is a basic life skill that everybody should have.

Kenkey
Kenkey

One of Ghana’s staple dishes.

Tro Tro
Tro Tro

Tro Tros are essentially the bus system in Ghana that are privately owned. It’s ran by two people- the Driver and the Mate. The Drivers drives, and the Mate hollers the destination out the window while waving their arms.

Vida
Vida

Ride back to Accra from Cape Coast.

Kwame Nkrumah Memorial
Kwame Nkrumah Memorial

Kwame Nkrumah was the first Prime Minister and President of Kumar. He led the Gold Coast to independence from Britain in 1957, and is buried inside the building.

Cape Coast
Cape Coast

Outside The Door of No Return at Cape Coast Castle lies a beach whose beauty distracts you from the ugly tragedy inside.

Nite Market
Nite Market

A block over from the International Student Hostel 1 is the Nite Market. When the Night Market first formed it was only open at night, but as it grew it became open during the day as well.

Accra Mall
Accra Mall

Shoprite store in Accra Mall

Cape Coast
Cape Coast

One of the Governor’s several large bedroom windows.

Larabanga Mosque
Larabanga Mosque

The oldest mosque in the country that was built in 1421.

Naphtali
Naphtali

Naphtali is the owner of Evergreen, a vegetarian snack shop located on campus. He brought us to his remote jungle farm where he gathered and chopped open fresh coconuts for us to drink.

Tamale
Mole National Park
Mole National Park
Tamale
George
Kenkey
Tro Tro
Vida
Kwame Nkrumah Memorial
Cape Coast
Nite Market
Accra Mall
Cape Coast
Larabanga Mosque
Naphtali
Tamale
Mole National Park

guard

Mole National Park

tour guide

Tamale

Man making smocks

George

George is professional swimming coach, and lifeguard at the University of Ghana Rec Sports. He piloted the swim program in his community after being in the National Service. He believes swimming is a basic life skill that everybody should have.

Kenkey

One of Ghana’s staple dishes.

Tro Tro

Tro Tros are essentially the bus system in Ghana that are privately owned. It’s ran by two people- the Driver and the Mate. The Drivers drives, and the Mate hollers the destination out the window while waving their arms.

Vida

Ride back to Accra from Cape Coast.

Kwame Nkrumah Memorial

Kwame Nkrumah was the first Prime Minister and President of Kumar. He led the Gold Coast to independence from Britain in 1957, and is buried inside the building.

Cape Coast

Outside The Door of No Return at Cape Coast Castle lies a beach whose beauty distracts you from the ugly tragedy inside.

Nite Market

A block over from the International Student Hostel 1 is the Nite Market. When the Night Market first formed it was only open at night, but as it grew it became open during the day as well.

Accra Mall

Shoprite store in Accra Mall

Cape Coast

One of the Governor’s several large bedroom windows.

Larabanga Mosque

The oldest mosque in the country that was built in 1421.

Naphtali

Naphtali is the owner of Evergreen, a vegetarian snack shop located on campus. He brought us to his remote jungle farm where he gathered and chopped open fresh coconuts for us to drink.

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