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My expat life in Ghana , Africa

Ma vie au Ghana en tant que nouvelle expat

In Ghana with Kids

Blog about Estonian-Palestinan family living in Ghana and raising children. Travelling tips for those who travel with infants and toddlers. Places to exprole in Ghana and our family activites on leisure time!

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Traveled & True

In 2013, I quit my job as a hedge fund auditor in Chicago to live in Accra, Ghana and working for a local NGO. After my contract ended a year later, I decided to stay in West Africa and write about my favorite chop bars in Accra and other (mis)adventures. What is your favorite place to eat in Ghana or elsewhere on the continent? Comment below!

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Las Quatro Harwoods

My family blog that started with my first born has turned into the story of our adventures as a family abroad.

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Dasiba Tamale

Opinions, news and a bit of banter from a group of UK volunteers living in Tamale, Ghana.

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Siochanta

General blog for people back home and reflections

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Plastic Farm Animals

"Where Reality Becomes Illusion" - Perspectives on Local and World affairs from Ghana

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Laughing Doves

I am a British mummy to four small children and wife to a busy husband. Laughing Doves is a memoir of our time in Ghana. The ups, the downs, the laughter, the fun, the frustrations, the observations and the good, the bad and the ugly.

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six degrees north

We are an Australian family of 5 living in Konongo, near Kumasi in Ghana. Our blog chronicles our adventures and day to day life in Ghana.

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Diasporian Returns Review

An on going account of a black Londoner's relocation to Accra Ghana. The changes in his life and the things he is learning. This blog truly answers the question:- Can the children of African slaves return to the motherland? It gives real experiences and information for all interested.

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Fish & Chips or Banku & Tilapia?

Born and bred in the East End of London and North of the River Roding, three years ago at the age of 31 when I found myself single again, decided to start a new life in Ghana. Having considered myself a typical Ghanaian my whole life, I didn't realize how "British" I actually was. Now I am making the two cultures work for me and hoping to find true love.

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An American in Africa

Our family of three has moved to Ghana for a couple of years. Join us on our adventure.

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Sugar Soup and Other Stories from Ghana

Since Feb 2011, I've been a volunteer through CUSO International/VSO. From here, I'll quite simply share my experiences during my time in Ghana. No guarantees of deep insights, nor wisdom of any kind, but hopefully some meaning will accumulate as we go.

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Made In Accra

A rolling diary of life of a US/Ghanaian returnee.

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Going Ghana

Blogging about bikes, butterflies, biscuits, tro-tros, art, food, photos, and anything else in motion (or at rest) that catches my eye as I get myself around Accra and Ghana.

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Yevu In Ghana

An Englishman in Ghana, his ideas and experiences. All the positives and negatives in one blog!

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Ghana for good

Musings about my retirement in Ghana

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Holli's Ramblings

My cheek is smudged with red clay. African soil keeps me grounded, dirty, alive. Gives me perspective and cause for alarm. Dusty, wet, preoccupied by irony and deceit, beauty and angst, the fragile and the strong. Beads of sweat trickle down my spine over time and through the valleys of this continent for over a decade. I could escape it but only tangibly. The unmistakable pattern of living this life in this place is a tattoo etched on my psyche, coursing through my veins. Forever.

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Critical Point

I'm a social commentator writing on issues that are triggered by my life in Accra. Much of my writing is on truth and meaning. I often explore this through religious belief as it is impossible to escape this in Ghana.

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Reflections from the Center of the World

Part daily journal, part reflections on global health and international development topics

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