Australia’s ambassador to Ghana, Mr. Gregory Andrews has highly called for tourists to visit Ghana due to the West-African country’s adventurous sites.
Mr. Gregory Andrews who is mostly seen in African prints decided to take his love for Ghana to another level by joining a mountain climbing club to climb Mount Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Excited by the experience, he took to his social media platform and encouraged others to visit Ghana for an adventurous experience.
Don’t believe anyone who says you can’t find adventure on the weekends in Ghana! Today every muscle in my body is aching after climbing Mt Krobo yesterday with @GH_Mountaineers! But it was worth it for the views and the adrenaline rush. pic.twitter.com/Xg0uSgwB6h
— Gregory Andrews (@AusAmbGHA) February 22, 2021
In Australia Indigenous people have carefully burned the land for thousands of years to care for it. We call it ‘cultural’ or ‘right way’ burning. It needs some fire to stay healthy. On Mt Krobo today I was reminded of this. I expect this land will bounce back with life soon. pic.twitter.com/S5USB0LZTx
— Gregory Andrews (@AusAmbGHA) February 21, 2021
To his surprise, he found something here in Ghana which reminded him of cultural practices in Australia. The ‘right way’ burning’ has been one of the practical healthy living of most Australians. Its goal is to create a patchwork mosaic of burnt and long-unburnt areas across the landscape, thus ensuring diversity of habitat for animals and plants.