A snapshots of Busua, Ghana

Busua on Ghana’s beautiful coastline takes long to get to. But the simplicity of this village and its tourist-free vibe make it a must. Here’s  a slice of a part of Ghana that, though overshadowed in stature by Elmina, Kokrobitey and Cape Coast, is one of the best slices the country.

Beach life in Busua.

Beach life in Busua.


Da View 🙂


The streets of Busua


The best pan cakes ever


Beach life in Busua


Surfers’ paradise

Stone is the perfect host.


My kinda bar: simple, cheap and no riff raft.


The seafood is fresh, yummy and cheap.


The streets of Busua


The streets of Busua


Three things make it a blast in Ghana: music, cold star beer and laughter.


Sankore aka Stone’s place: the beer is ice cold, the music is mostly rid dims and the split? Well, I ain’t telling


View from the beach front


Always bound to see a colourful pirogue


About leratomogoatlhe

I fell in love with traveling Africa on a four day trip to Accra in 2006. I started my journeys around the continent in 2008, when I went to Senegal, and around West Africa to launch my dream of knowing Africa through all my senses. I have been to 24 countries (and counting) over five years of stopping everything in my life to focus on one phenomenal continent. #AfricaRocks.
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