I loved my experience as the locals were incredibly friendly, the food was fantastic and the sights were amazing.
is a beautiful place to be, weather is good, no much rain, few clouds, sunny sky.
large and elegant 19th Century colonial buildings to skyscrapers and apartment blocks made of concrete, glass and steel in the 1970s. I visit ones when I was a traveling for work ,
Akwaaba! The Ghanaian capital, Accra, is a chaotic-but-intriguing representation of modern Ghana. While it lacks some of the hospitality and beauty of the rest of the country, it serves as the business and international hub as well as the jumping point for domestic travels. It is a city full of contrast, with street food and gourmet meals, glitz and poverty, traditional wraps and designer brands all being presented side by side. Accra offers an intense yet fascinating look at modern Ghana, and so long as you can see past the mess, you can even learn to love it.