Villa Victoria Guesthouse
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... total, coming from the UK, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the USA. Our breakfast was something similar to a crepe that tasted sort of like a soggy waffle cone.Our orientation was more or less a meeting lasting a few hours where we reviewed a packet of papers on how IVHQ wants us to be respectful to everyone. Followed by an extremely brief language lesson. Then we split by color, and hopped in the tro to ...
... Of course there were good days and bad days but the good easily outweighed the bad and I would do it all over again in a heartbeat! Of course right now it’s really nice to have a comfortable bed and a working bathroom but I’ve learnt that we can push ourselves to the limit and still be happy. We don’t need all the flashy things we claim to 'need to survive’. The one thing I am most excited about is the thought of real food! However my stomach ha ...
... I took it there was no airconditioning.
Solomon then left the Pink Hostel and we had an hour before our cooking lesson so Yvette, Luis and I went back to our rooms. I read my book and Yvette slept. Then once the hour had passed we found out that the cooks were too busy so they cancelled our cooking class. So we then waited around for another hour or so and then took a tro tro on our own to SYTO. It was Yvette, Luis and I's first time to ...
On Saturday we were given the opportunity to go to Accra, which is about an hour away from the convent where we live. The sisters did not want us traveling outside the compound until we are shown how to; for that reason, they kindly arranged for Justice to take us. Justice works for the sisters, handling their technology and other things. He was willing to take us all over Accra and show us around.
We left Saturday afternoon. We took a taxi from the convent to the ...
... slaves nutrients upon arrival after their harsh journey.
Seminar Two, taught by Dr. Kojo Poku Aidoo, was an overview of Pan-Africanism and the African Diaspora. It was a very interesting and informative presentation in which he discussed the domestic and Arabic predecessors to the Trans-Atlantic slave trade, as well as the beginning, middle and end of the Trans-Atlantic trade. He brought up key figures in moving past it such as Malcom Nurse ...