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Greetings from Kumasi!
It took a couple trotros and a shared taxi to get to Busua, further west along the coast. This is supposedly the best place for surfing in Ghana. I only stayed for two nights because it had been raining for the majority of the days here and there's really nothing to do and the electricity keeps going out. I had been hanging out with a local guy, "Obama", and teaching him card games. We played gin, blackjack, and his favorite was war. ...
... t being completely ripped off. I would describe the things I bought here but in the interest of keeping gifts as surprises for people back home I think I'll abstain from mentioning them. Unfortunately I didn't get any pictures of the market because it was far too busy of an environment for me to safely have my camera out. I do have a few photos I'll post here from a market in Obuasi, a village we went to a few days later. It had the same feel ...
... available for extra people in the room. The women are expected to bring a " birth kit" with them including : two receiving blankets, a tarp aka plastic sheet, a sand bucket for catching post partum bleeding ( the women literally squat over a small bucket following delivery), and pads. Women are yelling in the native language, people are running around and women are birthing all over the place. These women were incredibly ...
... Visited the
craft village. You can watch them make various items here including
brass casting, wood carving, pottery, drum making,straw baskets,
rattan chairs and painting. Unfortunately the place we really wanted
to see was closed on the day, they produced tie and dye and batik,
fabrics as well as different types of weaving. In the grounds they
also had the Jubilee Museum of Prempeh the second the 15th
Ashanti King. He has died and there is a ...
... begin our journey down. I haven't been to Mile 9 for a couple of years, so I'm looking forward to being with them once again.
There is a little restaurant down on the 3rd floor of this building, so I went down there for dinner this evening. I ordered a grilled chicken plate with chips (French fries) and my Ghanaian standard, a Star beer. Now to catch some rest before the Sabbath tomorrow!
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