I’m in paradise. The weather in Ghana is glorious. I grew up in Upstate New York (Albany) where school was not cancelled even if the snow reached your knees. If they can plow it before the morning then there was no snow day. I’m shivering just thinking about it. My FB friends should forgive me for not ‘liking’ any of their winter wonderland pictures. On principle, I refuse.
The weather in Ghana is not consistently hot all year round, there are seasons. Harmattan (I equate this to winter) is the dry season, where you have to get out blankets and sweaters at night and early morning because it’s cool. Then there's the rainy season. The regular scorching sun season (my favorite) lasts for most of the year.
You will never hear me saying that it is too hot. No not me. After twenty seven winters, my mouth is shut when it comes to the heat. Like the McDonald’s saying used to go, “I’m loving it.”
Short sleeves all year long! Woo hoo!
|Barbecue in October. That's the way to live. |
I only took over the grill for a Kodak moment.
I was too busy enjoying eating.
|Ghana is hot. Okay, so I was climbing a mountain when this picture was taken,|
but you get the jist. The weather in Ghana is warm (most of the time)