Day eight of the Ghana road trip: returning to Bolgatanga for some shopping.
Sirigu was the northernmost point of the trip, and as there aren’t a whole lot of good roads in Ghana, we now would return through Tamale and a little further south on the same road as we came in.
We received a few friendly waves on the way to the Kandiga junction.
Now that I knew what the numbers were about, I began to notice more houses with “addresses.”
There is more cattle raised in the north of Ghana than in the south. There’s more grassland in the north, and more crops are raised in the south where there is more rain.
The weather looked threatening, but it only sprinkled a little.
The cloudy skies made for some nice photos.
The rainy season may have prevented me from seeing some things I wanted to see, but the photos sure were nice and green!