If you are in an Irish pub in Osu, in a Chinese restaurant in Kumasi, if you drink a caffe latte or enjoy an air-conditioned tro-tro (donated by stanbic bank), does that mean it's not really Ghana? Should Ghana stay behind, being "african", have bumpy roads, slow internet, only local foods to offer visitors, and do things only the "traditional" way? Will we then be satisfied, we stupid westerners who think of Africa still as that myth of strange people in the jungle dancing rain dances and bang on their drums?
So when you go out in your hometown drinking a cappuchino and eating at the Mongolian restaurant.... is that not really your home either?
Pic is from Frankies Salad Lounge in Osu, Accra, Ghana....the world, the universe etc.