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My Interview About Ghana on Amateur Traveler Podcast!

Teaching in Ghana

Penpal writing club in Ghana!

Thrilling! My interview with Chris Christensen about volunteering in Ghana has just been published on Chris’s world-famous site, Amateur Traveler Podcast!

For the full interview homepage on Amateur Traveler, click here, my dear.

If this chat whets your appetite, there are over 90 articles on this very blog with tons more details and photos from Ghana right here.

And don’t miss the 31 amazing Ghana student articles found by clicking here.

The three months I spent in Ghana was the most awesome and fascinating time of my nine months around the world, and I would love for you to browse the articles and leave comments! My former students colleagues at Youth Creating Change of Ghana check back on this site frequently (internet permitting) and get a real thrill out of reading the comments you leave. The folks at YCC are so great that they could inspire a stone!

Hooray about the interview, hooray for Ghana and YCC, and thanks for reading, listening, and interacting!


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Tony K

Tuesday 17th of November 2015

The kids, they're working so hard for an education. It seems like they want to make the world a better place in the future.

Brianna C.

Monday 16th of November 2015

I love the pictures! They help explain the audio. Very fascinating!

Ulysses B.

Monday 16th of November 2015

I like how you made this article funny and amazing to look at. I really enjoyed your interview and how you were helping children in Ghana.


Thursday 3rd of June 2010

I listened to your interview, i liked the way you pronounce the Ghanian's names "segaakopee" "Taamalee" ha!. Good interview and good review of the place.


Thursday 3rd of June 2010

Aww Thapelo! You are right-- my pronunciation is ridiculous. But as Ghanaians would say, with a smile (when I attempted something wholeheartedly and failed spectacularly): "You are trying!"


Tuesday 1st of June 2010

Thanks so much, Jeffrey! T'was an honor to be on the show.

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