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About efiasworld

A British Born Ghanaian navigating her way through life.

Lost Soul

Lost soul Back to my favourite subject, love and romance. I’m almost 42 now and although there is still that part of me that would love to get married and have a baby. It’s a good to have at this … Continue reading

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Eating out in New York City

I have become one of those typical Ghanaians that travel to another country to only eat Ghanaian food. To be fair though, US and UK have similar types of food and a burger is a burger to me. On my … Continue reading

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What are you waiting for?

I have just come back from a short break away to the US. My aim is to do a trip other than Ghana in any given year, but now that I am back in my office, I wish I was … Continue reading

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Vision 2019

I want to start this off by paying homage to my God sister Akua. She is the type of person that just draws people to her. We could be walking through town and a 5-minute walk would take an hour … Continue reading

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I’m OFFICIALLY officially a homeowner

Last year, I paid off the final instalment of my mortgage yay! They told me it would take about 8 weeks to get all the paper work. I thought, it’s Ghana, it will probably take around 3-6 months. It took … Continue reading

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My Favourite Driver

I always enjoy my time in Ghana, even when I have been frustrated in the moment, coming back always gives me the post-holiday blues. In particular this trip, I have said it once and I will say it again, it … Continue reading

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10 things that African elders say to make you feel bad about yourself.

Since my dad shipped out to Ghana for a while, it’s been pretty quiet. Him and smother are like chalk and cheese when it comes to friends. She has like one, he seems to know every Ghanaian living in the … Continue reading

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Privilege

Almost 10 years ago, my good friend came to visit me in Ghana. I had just purchased my house and although she had spent the first couple of days in a hotel, she was the first to actually stay in … Continue reading

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Planning for Brexit

We experienced a big recession around 2007/2008. Smother blamed the labour party, I blamed the conservative party but as you know we don’t agree on much especially when it comes to politics. We are going through a tough time once … Continue reading

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New things I learnt about Ghana, and some things that I forgot

I have just come back from a glorious 2 and a half weeks in Ghana. Although I have spent new years in Ghana as a “local”, it was the first time I had spent the festive period as a tourist, … Continue reading

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