Postcards from Ghana

It’s been ages since I last updated my blog. Here are just some of the places, faces and festivals we managed to experience so far!

 

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Coconut Grove, Elmina

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Elmina Bay Resort

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Elmina town, which has both Portuguese and Dutch influences

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A young girl during the Dipo festival, a puberty rites ceremony celebrated by the Krobo tribe.

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Pictured with one of the Mothers who oversees and heads up the ceremony

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Suspended walk-ways of Kakum National Park –  a look at life above the tree canopies of Ghana’s first protected forest park

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More Dipo celebrations

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Lake Bosomtwe outside of Kumasi, a natural lake formed  in a crater, created by the impact of a meteorite 

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Peaceful and beautiful Lake Bosomtwe, revered as a sacred lake by the locals who live on it

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Feeding a South African ostrich at Shai Hills Reserve!

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Village kids

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