Tag Archives: Gushiegu

Thursday, July 21: Accra

Yesterday we left Kpandai and made the 11 hour journey back to Accra.  The coach bus we were on for most of the trip was overcrowded, and I found myself sitting on the floor of the coach for part of … Continue reading

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Wednesday, July 6: Gushiegu

It is with great sadness that I write today’s post. We spent the last two days in “the bush”, rural villages located far from the main roads.  Access to these deep interior villages are only though dirt paths barely wider … Continue reading

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Monday, July 4: Gushiegu

We arrived in Gushiegu on Saturday night. This district of approximately 5000 marks the most northern part of our trek in Ghana. The environment here is different than the other places that we have visited so far. There is no … Continue reading

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