Best Time to Visit Ghana

Sorry for my absence, I am traveling and have not forgotten about my blog, just been too busy to post. Plus, I am having technical problems with photos that I hope to solve very soon. I want to share my pics with you!

Anyways, while traveling in Sweden I am spreading the word about Ghana. I think I have talked four friends into coming to visit, and maybe sown a seed in a few more minds...

Swedish people want to know what it is like in Ghana (hot and different), what the food is like (spicy and yummy) and when the best time is to visit (any time, our seasons are not that pronounced).

Two more weeks here and I am enjoying being able to take long walks in the crisp climate, talk about Swedish stuff with my lovely Swedish friends and visiting my big family. And of course volunteering for the Ghanaian tourism board.

5 comments:

Tim said...

"any time, our seasons are not that pronounced"

True in the south but if your guests are thinking about going north of Kumasi (which they should) there's a huge difference between the dry and wet seasons

Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

Hurry back this instant - we miss you! All right, sell Ghana as hard as you can, and come back soon.

Anonymous said...

As your father i am pleased that you are here!

Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

Anon, Ouch!

chib said...

Thank you for the info. I am planning to visit Ghana this year.

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