It’s an Arizona familiarity, a greet of deserts and perpetual sun. You recognize every hour, know the rhythms of the dawn. Your life has become a routine: with family, friends and work duties all balanced efficiently. The days are hot, but the the nights are easy. You’ve created a pattern that suits your needs, allows you to earn what you must. It’s satisfying… though not entirely exciting.
Through your efforts with Scottsdale property management, you have managed to master the economy. Homes are purchased; homes are subsequently sold; and the result is a career that offers stability.
Such stability is less of a triumph than it should be, however.
You long for an adventure. You dream of new experiences, new cultures. Arizona — though adored — has become too much of a complacency. There must be something beyond its borders, you’re certain, that could overtake the monotony. And so you consider the world, dwell on all of the little countries stuffed along a map. They each promise thrills — but only one seems truly worthwhile: Ghana.
Settled in the northwestern twist of Africa, Ghana is an exploration of history and culture. Established in 1500 BC, it began as a collection of small empires and warring kings. Time eventually named it a valuable ally, however, and it was sought out by European merchants and traders. Its position along the Gulf of Guinea (coupled with a rich ethnic diversity) marked it appealing to all throughout the world. And that sentiment remains even today.
Ghana is among the most coveted of destinations within Africa. Its blend of differing tribes and sensibilities has shaped it to a mecca of art and cuisine. Influences can be found from Christianity, Islam and the Ashanti — and the result is an experience like no other.
You want more than Arizona’s flat beauty. You instead want to seek history. Ghana is therefore ideal.