Mountaintop holiday


Let’s argy-bargy about the upcoming holidays.
Holidays are not holidays without plenitude of freedom and fun.
Isn’t it tiresome we always chant
You see me I be work, work, work, work”
That’s one realistic lyric in Rihanna ‘s song Work.
Most people are always working and do not have much time for holidays.
But then, others have it that when you like your work, everyday is a holiday.
Well, opinions are like noses.
Holiday is a time to recharge.
It’s basically an opportunity you have to spend time with loved ones, have real conversations and enjoy authentic moments and probably go through social media detoxification.
For the are-not-too-holiday freaks and holiday weirdos brace yourselves we are in the holiday season!!!!
What if I told you that you did not need to wait wondering when next there will be a holiday, Easter is just down the road.
I know Easter is all about commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day after his burial following his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary.
During this occasion, most people normally find themselves at the Church.
After all these moments at the church. There are innumerable places you can visit.
Here in Ghana, when we talk Easter we mean Kwahu.
Kwahu Easter is the annual Easter celebrations at the Kwahu South District of the Eastern region of Ghana. People from all walks of life and all nationality throng to the Kwahu hills every Easter to celebrate the three day long holiday.
The activities include paragliding, hiking, carnivals and street jam you so don’t want to miss.
During the Easter holiday, Ghana’s deficit of Easter celebrations Kwahu is the “approved, certified, ordained and ummm confirmed” location to find yourself. It’s roughly three hours by car from the outskirts of Accra and approximately 140.9 km in distance to get to Kwahu.
Why not take a fun filled trip to Kwahu to partake in the annual Easter celebrations. Aside the activities stated early on, you will also get to be enlighten on the rich culture of the people of Kwahu and Ghana’s heritage.



  1. nice, it is great piece of creativity. I think u should make it more fun by explaining what the Kwahu and other festive participation does to the body as a whole.

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