From Nkwanta I headed south toward Accra to meetup with Josh, who was arriving in 2 days. Because I had a specific destination and a specific date I had to be there, I stuck mostly to the main roads, with just a few little detours, and I split the trip up over two days, making some interesting stops along the way. The dust you see in the air in a lot of these pics is the "harmattan," which is a big dust cloud that blows off the sahara in the winter and covers all of west africa. Stopped in this nice little town called Amedzofe, which is the highest town in Ghana. Cool little guest house - no power or water tho - but it's just a short hike from town up to the top of Mt Gemi. A worthy detour. Never have any problems getting navigation help in Ghana. Everyone is so out-of-this-world friendly. This sign kinda cracked me up :) Charles and I met for dinner and got caught up. I was so stoked on my first week of riding in Ghana and the overall potential for moto exploring in this area, that I encouraged Charles to consider creating a business helping other people like us buy bikes in Accra. The next morning we headed out to the airport early to pickup Josh, and while we were waiting, we got him started building a website using the free website builder you get when you buy a domain from godaddy. Here's a pic of Charles' new business "Ghana Motorbike Tours" being birthed... on a mini laptop in the outdoor seats at the Accra airport ha! http://www.ghanamotorbiketours.com/ I was also extremely excited for Josh to arrive, and for us to get started on the bigger loop through Togo and Ivory Coast.