Woe is a small rural town in Ghana's Volta region near the larger town of Keta. It is a peaceful place whose economy relies heavily on fishing. The most notable landmark is a large lighthouse on the beach that guides ships away from what is believed to be a massive underwater mountain.
The people of Woe are reputed to be very kind and love foreigners. There are a few NGOs stationed in Woe, one being Cross-Cultural Solutions. The people of Woe speak both English and the local dialect of Ewe.