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... back to the volunteer house as we were going to UCC which is part of the childcare and teaching project. The guy that had set it up was a local who starting teaching children under a Mango tree as he felt it was important that all children get an education. He has now finally managed to get his own centre and funds it himself with the help of the volunteer program. He is very dependent on volunteers so its great to see them all ...
In case I wasn't aware prior to coming to Africa I am not exactly the same skin color as the locals, and I do in fact stand out quite a bit. No matter where I go, I get approximately five feet before someone will shout "hello what is your name!" at us. The children at the orphanage will punch and kick each other to get into my arms first, and then hug me and have me hold them for an hour, not knowing who I am. The children ...
... Shoprite Mall, the only
western-style shopping mall in Ghana that I’m aware of. They have a nice and secure Forex bureau
inside that mall at which I can get about the best exchange rate of anywhere
outside of the black market money changers.
I’ve used the money changers in the past, but it can be an uncomfortable
experience, and the degree of safety is questionable. So I will generally opt for an official Forex
... will always fight to stay true to the real you, the inner being you discovered on your journey to find and create peace. That regardless of whether or not it fits into your reality, it is who you are to your very core. The fear of your true self not being accepted by those close to you as well as those you merely encounter is real and confronting. There is the real possibility of discovering that the comfort and security of the place you ...
... and has been created by a canadian woman Marie-Eve and her partner Mohammed.
Link to the DUNK page :
So on Saturdays, Nathan goes there and gives two hours of his time with these kids. He teaches them Chess, coaches them in basketball or reads them stories. The important thing is that he comes, weeks after weeks.
After he told me about it, he invited me to join him. He knew ...