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Ghana

Kajsa H.A.

http://kajsaha.com/

This Ghanaian expat life came about via Paris, the USA and Kajsa’s native Sweden. Paris is where the blog was born, less a year later she moved to Ghana and in with her boyfriend and (future) mother in law. You can see her progress, personally and professionally, from day one and learn some useful tips should you wish to follow in her path. A diary writer from the time she could write, she shares her ‘personal, political and sometimes positive’ opinions on expat life and more.

Ghana

Six Degrees North

www.sixdegreesnorth.me

Chris and her family took the plunge and left their native Australia behind in 2012 for a life six degrees north of the equator in West Africa. She has a wealth of honest opinions for expats about the realities of living in developing country. Having shared her experience life in the city and in more rural areas, the blog has a well-rounded feel and is peppered with fabulous colourful pictures of everyday life. Expat life is about challenges, experiences and joys for this adventurous family.

Ghana

My Expat Life In Ghana, Africa

www.expatbyisa.com

French born Isabelle followed her boyfriend to Ghana in 2014 and started her blog to keep family and friends updated on their progress. What she has created is a no nonsense how to guide for expats, from first steps to honest feelings at the three month mark and finally finding her purpose. If you should ever need a miniature fantasy coffin or want to volunteer abroad, you’ll find out where and how to here. For anyone considering Accra as a base, stop by and check her out.