Hi, I’m Ian! Welcome to Destination Ghana.
Do you want to hear cool stories about Africa or see epic photos taken by a Missionary kid? You’re in luck, because this is exactly where you want to be!
In this blog, I will be focusing on Africa, but along the way, other topics may pop up. Life here is a rollercoaster, and I’m sure many of my experiences will entertain you.
At the end of the day, though, God is at the center of it all. He ordained all of the experiences and He created all of the exotic things that I have taken a picture of.
Thanks you for taking the time to look at my blog. If you like it, make sure to become a follower and turn on notifications so that you won’t miss a beat.
Welcome to my home, Rafiki Village, Ghana. This village is an orphanage run by the Rafiki Foundation. Striving to help africans know God and raise their standards of living, Rafiki has villages like this one in nine other African countries. For more information about the Rafiki Foundation go here.
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Ey, 13 followers. Great job, my man! I look forward to seeing you progress along this road. Merry Christmas!
Yo, thanks…is that “Ey” thing African?? Because that is something the Ghanaians use here.
I think it’s just a thing everywhere. Young people in America say that often. 🙂
True, Karleigh. I’ve heard it’s actually to make fun of Canadians, but I’m not sure about that. XD
No, it’s just something I use 🙂