I spent three days in Ghana's Volta Region where my father is from. It was a whole new world. I didn't understand any word around me, because in this region the main language is Ewe and not Twi, what my parents normally spoke at home. I met one uncle at the station who brought me to the house where my father's family grew up. It was a huge area, which provided space for 10 people and a lot of animals were still there. I also met another uncle's wife and my teenage boy cousin, who was an awesome one to spend time with. He also accompanied me and my friend to the waterfall "Wli", the highest waterfall in Western Africa.
, by Regina Leah