GHANA FROM A FOREIGNERS POINT OF VIEW

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9 thoughts on “GHANA FROM A FOREIGNERS POINT OF VIEW”

  1. Simi dearie,

    Your write-up was just a confirmation of what my sister experienced and narrated to me when she visited Ghana. Though she went to write an exam, she had a blast. From efficient and sustainable infrastructures to very kind and hospitable people…she went on and on…

    The culture and environment of a people truly define them in most cases.

    God bless Ghanaians and the Federal Republic of Ghana!!!

  2. This echoes my experience of Ghana also! I have visited often now and feel it is my second home! I have an NGO in Ghana and are hoping to house street children in Kumasi!
    I would love to know more about your experiences of Kumasi – and all those who have benefitted ffrom the hospitality of Ghanaians please do visit my website http://www.fihankra.org and consider making a donation!

    Happy travels
    Jenny

  3. Glad to read about all your wonderful experiences in Ghana. Indeed we are hospitable and certainy not stereotypes. I agree there may be others who might not be so open to strangers but you see, even amongst ourselves, not to foreigners alone, we are hospitable, free and open. It is part of us, inherent and inbred. The Ashantis and Northerners of Ghana are so well knwon for their hospitable culture and so it is not surprising that this gentleman offered you free meals in his restaurant. We may be a developing country but a Ghanaian will never refuse food to a guest who walks in unannounced.

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