Amis Wonderland Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kumasi
First off, I'd like to briefly apologize for the sloppy grammar and ineloquent writing in my blog posts thus far. There is an unlimited amount of information about Ghana I'm trying to convey and I'm writing it as a stream of consciousness to get as much down as possible. Unfortunately this style of writing is not conducive to eloquence.
Now, back to Ghana. We finished our first week! We traveled to two more villages, one Wednesday and one Friday, and helped ...
... 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 ...
The pastors showed up at my room around 9:30 this morning for the final presentation and things I wanted to share with them. One of the first things they all mentioned was that hotel room rates, taxi, bus and tro-tro fares all went up 20% last night! Much of the infrastructure in Ghana is owned or controlled by the government (gasoline, electricity, etc). So those things can all go up or down ...
... you are born on so I am born on a Thursday so I am Yaa but if you're a boy it would be different. We went back to the sword that Yvette wanted to go to and it was a massive attraction apparently and is 300 years old and still in the ground. You had to pay to go in so Rhiannon, Lara and I just waited out the front for her to check it out. Then we tried to find a toilet which seems to be impossible in Ghana. ...
... their father. With this increased ranking within society, women enjoy being able to weigh their options for future husbands very carefully. So I was not surprised that one evening when I was sitting outside with "Mama" and a girlfriend of hers who came with a man, the girlfriend smiled at me while patting the mans face, saying "this ma sweetheart... for now". So anyways we are about to hop on the bus to Cape Coast and I am pretty sure we will have some new stories to tell by ...
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