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Everyday South Africans and their bicycles: Bicycle Portriats Part II on Kickstarter

Check out this project on photographing South Africans and their bikes. Continue reading

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Stories about arriving in new countries

If you are anything like me there are so many thoughts going through your head and emotions reeling through your body when flying to a new country. For me these emotions run from apprehension, to excitement, wanting to get out of the airplane seat, and fears and anxiousness about what awaits (transportation beyond the airport, people meeting you, baggage showing up). It is always interesting to see how all of these emotions match up to the experiences of the first moments in these countries or locations. Here I would like to share some of the experiences that I have had traveling and hope that you will do the same in the comments section. Continue reading

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9 Hours in Accra

Recently I have been reading this blog “What Yo’ Mama Never Told You About Ghana,” written by a Ghanaian woman who went to college and graduate school in the US then she returned to Ghana to live.  I really like the perspective … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the Black Stars of Ghana!

For all of the World Cup followers out there I am sure you are already aware that Ghana has squeaked through their group to the knock out round of the world cup.  What you may not have known is that … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Green Bug Adventures Blog!

I hope to use this venue as an opportunity for you to better get to know the culture of Green Bug Adventures and to discuss different happenings in Africa, Ecotourism, Adventure Travel and really anything that seems relevant to Green Bug Adventures mission. Continue reading

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