Places You Have To Visit In Ghana

There are plenty of beautiful countries all around the world. Sometimes it can feel like there isn’t enough time to visit all the places you want. But when it comes to extraordinary travel destinations, Ghana has to be at the top of your list.  Whether you are visiting Ghana for a holiday or going through one of the top volunteer organisations in Ghana, you’ll likely be using all your free time to explore. Knowing the right places to look out for, whether you like natural wonders or historical education, is essential. Luckily, I’ve compiled a neat list of places to check out for you.  Accra is the largest city in Ghana, with over 2 million residents. It’s the capital city,…
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Top 10 things to do in Cambridge

I've done a number of other top 10 things to do in various other cities such as my trips to Barcelona or New York but this one is a little closer to home with the Top 10 things to do in Cambridge. For those who don't know Cambridge is my home town. I was born in the city and apart from a few years living in Colchester I've been in and around the city for most of my life. Cambridge is a wonderful city. Yes it's full of students and yes they are annoying when the ride 10 abreast down the road.... However don't let this distract you from the Top 10 things to do in Cambridge. So what's number…
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Dream Lottery win

Have you ever sat there and dreamt about that big lottery win? The last few months have seen the Euromillions Jackpot hit around the £120million mark. That's proper life changing amounts of money that you could do so much with. It's not just a few thousand you might get at work for a bonus but something you could change your life for good with. Jo and I were in the car the other day thinking of what we would do with £120m dream lottery win. The ironic side of things is that I don't often play the lottery. When it's only £10m I frankly don't bother. I know that's odd because £10m would change my life. But something doesn't make…
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Route 66 Texas

Route 66 Texas is an odd one. Obviously in the USA it's one of the biggest states but apart from Route 66 Kansas it's the second shortest part of the route. It's also got a few towns (with the main one being Amerillo) that you go through. However unlike other states there is very little in between. The other main point for Route 66 Texas is that you have hit the half way point in the journey! It's hard to believe that this is the case because the gaps between the things in California get bigger. You certainly feel at times that you've seen more on the trip in the states of Illinois and Missouri. Anyway what does Route 66…
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Route 66 Oklahoma Part 2

If you haven't read Part 1 on Route 66 Oklahoma do it here! Oklahoma City is the state capital for Oklahoma. It's the biggest city in the whole state. As a person from the UK Oklahoma has one thing in my memory which is the tragic bombing of 20+ years ago. We paid a visit to the site which I'll talk about below. Before we got there as we came into the City you see the State Capital building appear on the horizon. With a big towering dome very similar to the one from Illinois State Capitol building it's really imposing as you come into the city. It was built in 1917 and contains a number of key war memorials…
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