Top 5 reasons – Ghana, West Africa
Malaysia and Ghana (in West Africa) gained their independence from the British in the same year, 1957 but Malaysia have somehow leaped Ghana in development by almost 20 years since then.
I was in Ghana last year for almost 5 months and for those who might be traveling there, there are top 5 reasons why it is difficult for Malaysian to stay in Ghana, West Africa
1. There is no 24 hours “kedai mamak” (which means there are no teh tarik and roti canai and most shops closed by 9.00 pm, quite boring!)
On the brighter side:-
1. They have Proton cars! (Saw a few in Ghana, surprisingly, still in good condition)
* As seen from air while approaching Accra, the capital of Ghana. This was after almost 16 hours of flight via Dubai. Very tiring!
* Makola market area (seen from the building where I was working). You can almost find everything and anything here. Market starts from 7.00 am to 8.00 pm. Interesting view to see if we are not tied with the assignment
* My good friend, Michael who was also the driver of the 4WD and escort during my stay in Ghana. A very humble guy with one kid and I rate his driving skills at a rating at 11 out of 10.
* One of the training rooms set for Ghanaians. They have one of the very latest workstations for training purposes but unfortunately some uses it to play solitaire.
* Malaysia Boleh! Saw at least 7 Proton Wiras. Felt strange of being happy to see a Proton (duh!)
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