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Kejetia Market Tours by Comfort of Four Villages Inn - destination-ghana.com feature things to do in Ghana

Kejetia Market Tours by Comfort of Four Villages Inn - destination-ghana.com feature things to do in Ghana

livin' spaces: Ghana Rising: The Majestic Villaggio Vista by AHMM in Accra, Ghana.

Villaggio II is a mixed use development located in Accra, Ghana. The project is the second phase of the Villaggio complex, for the Ghanaian based developer T.

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Walking along the long stretch of Takoradi beach gave us an idea on daily life in Ghana, which was really nice.

Fishing boats on the beach, a village on the coast of Ghana by anthony pappone photographer, via Flickr

Fishing boats on the beach, a village on the coast of Ghana by anthony pappone photographer

NOVICA African Wood Mask ($41) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring home, home decor, black, masks, masks of ghana - other tribes, novica, wood home decor, wooden home decor, novica home decor and novica masks

NOVICA African Wood Mask ($41) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring home, home decor, black, masks, masks of ghana - other tribes, novica, wood home decor, wooden home decor, novica home decor and novica masks

Ghana, West Africa ~ visiting the markets in Ghana was one of the best ways to feel more like a local.  Such amazing activity, stunning fabrics, handmade beads, local produce, and so many friendly faces.  I miss it so much!!

Ghana, West Africa ~ visiting the markets in Ghana was one of the best ways to feel more like a local. Such amazing activity, stunning fabrics, handmade beads, local produce

June 1st + 2nd - Elmina Castle, Ghana * Visitors to Elmina Castle, a former slave trading post, are powerfully moved by its "Door of No Return", through which captured Africans were herded out of the fort and onto slave ships.

June + - Elmina Castle, Ghana * Visitors to Elmina Castle, a former slave trading post, are powerfully moved by its "Door of No Return", through which captured Africans were herded out of the fort and onto slave ships.

Crowded Makola Market in central Accra, Ghana. Such an intense place to be!!

Forget Paris, fall in love with Accra Award-winning Nigerian author Chibundu Onuzo visited Accra, the vibrant capital of Ghana. Here, traders ply their wares at Makola Market, the city's main market and shopping district.

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