Raspberry Charolette 2

If you ask me, how was my weekend, i’d have to say … simply fantastic. Celebrated a friends birthday at this breath taking beach resort called White Sands. Overlooking the Atlantic, this beach with its pristine white sands is located in the town of Gomoa Fetteh, about 1 n 1/2 hrs from Accra. There is a Lagoon Terrace, which is flanked on one side by a white beach, and on the other, by a salt water lagoon and bird sanctuary. I cannot describe how picturesque this place is and my photographs do not do justice. Its very rarely that you get a wonderful place like this in Ghana. I’m not going to talk much, but just share some pictures i took. And ofcourse i made the birthday girl a cake !!! This time it was a Raspberry Charlotte, which by the way, she loved 🙂

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noreply@blogger.com (nicisme)

What a lovely place to go to, and the charlotte looks delicious!

noreply@blogger.com (Kate / Kajal)

Valentina , thanks so much 🙂

Nora, i think the place n the cake both r wonderful 🙂

Bree, i loved these little twiggy flowers too.

Delhibelle , oh how sweet, that was a wonderful place too, but i think this one beats it !

Nicisme , thnx.

noreply@blogger.com (matt wright)

why, why, why haven’t I found your site earlier.. Awesome photography – this is another one to add to the list!

noreply@blogger.com (Amy @ Studio Tinsel)

Dear Kate:

Thank you for your nice comment on my blog. I feel honored with it as your photography (and cooking/baking) skills are quite miraculous! Thank YOU for posting the wonderful pics of Ghana. Isn’t it wonderful that, through blogs, we can all share the experiences of life in different places? Your baking photos make me even more excited about the pastry chef classes I will enrolled in this September!

Thanks so much for taking the time to contact me and share with me a little of your side of the world.

~| amy |~

noreply@blogger.com (Kristen)

Incredible photographs of an incredible weekend. Those boats are amazing! I LOVE the photo of the boy with the sand on his face and in his hair. Wonderful!

noreply@blogger.com (Kate / Kajal)

Matt, hehe …well now u have !thnx !

Amy, i really did like your shots. Very beautiful.It is amazing how blogging has made the world even smaller 🙂 N how lucky , you getting yourself some pastry classes, i love some professional training myself too …!But its just not going to work out for me .. no time at all 🙁

Kristen , thnx so much !

noreply@blogger.com (Maya)

What a lovely post, Kate. The pictures are quite lovely!

noreply@blogger.com (Nate-n-Annie)

That is just a stunning series of shots. I never knew Ghana was so beautiful!

noreply@blogger.com (Aran)

these photos are absolutely breathtaking nd the charlote… stunning!

noreply@blogger.com (Kate / Kajal)

Maya, thanks 🙂

Nate n Annie , Ghana is indeed very beautiful.

Aran, 😀 thanks you !

noreply@blogger.com (cakebrain)

Wow. your photos are so amazing. Hope to get that good one day…

noreply@blogger.com (Aaron Kagan)

Love the local pics! Finally, the terra to your terrior.


noreply@blogger.com (Tasty Trends)

Your photography is amazing!!!

Your cake looks tasty!

noreply@blogger.com (Neha Ajmera)

Ankksss…I love the kids photo, terrific potrait, the sand on his face and hair..simply, perfect!

noreply@blogger.com (elarael)

I love the photos of the nets in the boats – so ethereal looking. And I think the cool tones enhance it somehow. So lovely.

Amazing photos… very cool blog… keep posting these quality pics of interesting food and places!

They look extremely adorable! This site is a definite favorite now, I love the new and exciting flavors I read in here.

Kajal, Thanks for visiting my blog. It seems you are also from a part of the world (W. Africa) which I love and have grown up in. I spent a chunk of my childhood in Lagos, and have wonderful memories of it. I was perusing through your blog and enjoyed looking at the pretty photos. Hope the pulao turns our well. Your raspberry charlotte looks scrummy. Best wishes, shayma

really cool =)) =^_^=

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