Category Archives: Africa

Chris and I have only been in Ghana for a few months but we’ve already been lucky enough to receive our first visitor. Anyone who has lived overseas for a while will know how exciting it is to be visited by someone from back home. It’s a little hard to explain why exactly, but I Read More →

Shortly before leaving the UK for Ghana, Chris managed to land a job with a great local NGO called the Ghana Health and Education Initiative (GHEI). As part of his induction to the organisation, in mid-March he paid a visit to the team’s headquarters in a village called Humjibre, Western Ghana. He returned from his Read More →

One of the disadvantages of working in international development is regularly having to say goodbye to friends and colleagues – in our case this especially applies to those wonderful people we met in Bolivia, Cambodia, and Peru over the last few years. On the flip side, one of the great things about working internationally is Read More →

On Flashback Fridays I reflect back on some of my past travels and travel mishaps before I started this blog: Follow at #FlashbackFri Camel riding in Morocco – it sounded like such a romantic experience.  Sitting on the back of a camel and riding into the Saharan sunset, camping in a faraway Bedouin camp, and Read More →