I’m Christina, a travel and lifestyle freelance writer based in Fort Myers, Florida and Accra, Ghana. I have written for publications like Lonely Planet, Business Insider, Fodor’s Travel, and more. I am always accepting assignments so feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Currently, an estimated 9 million Americans live abroad, many of whom hope to live the proverbial dream and create a better life abroad. But what about the harsh impact the rise of expats has been having on local communities around the world?
Haiti’s mountainous tropical landscapes, rich history, and electric dance scenes, offer the recipe for a stunning getaway. Here’s why Haiti should make your shortlist as you plan you next escape to the Caribbean.
Ghana has become a repatriation Ghana has become a repatriation hot-spot for many Black Americans over the last few years. These expats give an insight into their lives in Ghana and what has made them stay.
Every year, Time Out quizzes thousands of city-dwellers worldwide about life in their hometown right now. As a contributing writer for Accra, which ranked #43 on this list, I created a global snapshot of what visitors have to look forward to when visiting Accra.
Christina Jane became a virtual assistant as an undergrad, after working part-time for Amazon. She continued to work as a virtual assistant when she moved to Ghana for grad school. These are her four tips for starting out in virtual assisting.
Le Dîner en Blanc, a popular all-white chic outdoor dinner party, attracts Haitians and visitors worldwide for an unforgettable summer weekend in the country. As one of Haiti’s finest annual upscale events Dîner en Blanc is set to return to Cap-Haïtien Aug. 13, after a three-year hiatus.
Togo is a West African country that shares borders with Ghana, Burkina Faso, and Benin. To my surprise, many Westerners have never heard of Togo as it is not currently a popular destination for tourism in Africa.
Favorable currency exchange rates make Ghana a generally budget-friendly destination – but, as everywhere, the costs of traveling solo here can add up. Here are some ways to make the most of your trip to Ghana on a budget
Historically, Haiti’s healthcare budget for mental health is below 3% even though the socio-economic situation in Haiti degrades the mental health of its people. Knowing that mental health is still taboo in our community, we asked 7 Haitian Mental Health professionals about how to manage mental health.
Ghana welcomes guests with immersive experiences, intriguing history, and a hospitable spirit. Here is a 9-day itinerary to Accra and Cape Coast that will help you make the most of your trip.
As a contributing writer for Oxford Street in Accra, which ranked #19 on this list, I listed why Oxford Street is the coolest in Accra and what you have to look forward to when visiting this street.
With its friendly locals, rich culture, historical sites, and popping nightlife, it’s no surprise that this country has earned a top spot on the lists of many travelers. While everyone’s experience in Ghana varies, here are some general things to expect on your first trip to one one of Africa’s most hospitable countries.