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Back from Ghana

I’ve returned home from Ghana and have hours of stories and about 13gig. of pictures, videos and recordings from my study there. The trip was absolutely amazing. I learned so much more than I thought I would learn. I made friends with people there that I hope to stay in touch with for the rest of my life.

I’m in the process of working through all of the media I gathered over there and organizing it into a presentable fashion. Here’s what I’ve put together so far. The first video is a quick tour of the village I stayed in and the second is a compilation of videos taken from performances at the nearby village of Dzogadze. Enjoy!

More to come soon…

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2 Responses

  1. Great post, I’ve heard alot of great things about a new company thats establishing a presence in West Africa Libra International Group. I know they are looking to connect with others with an interest in West Africa as well, worth looking into. This is their site http://www.LibraInternationalGroup.com
    and work with this NGO

    Building, Investing, Solar Power, you name it

    N.K.

  2. There was actually a couple staying in the village while I was there that was working with an NGO to do a lot in the area. They had such an amazing story. It was quite inspiring to see what they were doing and how all of their plans were becoming a reality. Glad you liked the post!

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