What Am I Doing?

As you all likely know, my name is Spencer Gilmore. I am going into my fourth year of Social Work at Wilfrid Laurier University and am doing my fall term of study at the University of Legon in Accra, Ghana. I chose Ghana because it is unlike anywhere I have ever traveled and allows me to further my social work studies form an entirely different perspective. I fly out from Pearson International Airport the morning of August 6, 2019, and will arrive in Accra, Ghana the morning of August 9. This is because I am flying through Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and have decided to spend two days there in the district of Bole. I look forward to experiencing as much as I can in the brief amount of time I will be in Ethiopia, before arriving in my temporary home of Ghana. I encourage you to find Ghana on a map if you are interested, but it is located on the North-Western coast of Africa and borders Burkina Faso, the Ivory Coast, Togo, and is near Nigeria. Formerly known as the Gold Coast, Ghana is a beautiful country on the Atlantic ocean. Lucky for me, Accra happens to be a coastal city with long beaches and so much to discover. I look forward to sharing my adventures with you all. Thank you for all the support and continued prayers!

Published by spencergilmore1998

Love to travel and witness God's glory in the process.

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  1. Saftey and blessings spencer.
    I am excited to follow your journey.
    Love aunt carmen xo
    ” let your light shine before
    Others…

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