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Travel Blogs from Accra
... s it, 8 months of planning, 10 bags of cement, 13 pots of paint, 9 trowels, 3 Jigga’s, & countless mosquito repellent later, 14 eager Gibraltarians completed 2 classrooms which are now proudly standing on Marinantha beach and we are happy to report that since the building of these classrooms, school attendance has significantly increased.
The night before embarking on this trip, whilst my chilled out father ...
This morning many people voiced that they were beginning to feel homesick, so the start to the day was not so pleasant. However, we were headed to the school to donate our supplies and time. Ester, the principal, warmly welcomed us to the school and held a quick assembly to introduce us to the teachers, then walked us through each classroom, kindergarten to form 3, in order to make sure we met all the students. They were so excited to meet us ...
... felt like a return to ground zero...(hot showers and good food had not helped my adaption to the Kasoa way of life!)
Funeral + Kokrobite
My last weekend we hired a minivan to head to a funeral in madam's village, and had about 20 humans in a 10 seater. There were about 7 volunteers, 3 orphanage workers, and approximately 10 kids in the van (the kids never sat still long enough to be counted...). You will see some photos of the trip below, with one of my favourites ...
... mix? Strangely vivid and a bit hostile, but not quite a night terror. I actually attribute my lack of nightmares to Kayla. We’ve decided that we can no longer slumber well without each other and that waking about solo is just sad, no way to start the day. She’s like my little dream catcher, warding off nightmares. So tender.
Other news – My sister Sarah shall be having a baby come July! (The 13th to be exact). This will be my parents ...
... fund instead. Mom, I hope you’re proud.
4. And finally, I survived 5 days of clinical in the Emergency Department. Joking aside, it was such an emotionally draining week. There were far too many needless deaths. The most frustrating aspect is that almost all of them are preventable. Every single person that comes in has longstanding, untreated hypertension (high blood pressure). This is also an epidemic in Canada, but it’s usually associated with ...
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