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Travel Blogs from Kumasi
... machine - so Jess's priority no. 1 upon reaching Italy is not the incredible food, it's not the wonderous world famous land marks, it's not even admiring fine Italian men, it will be putting all my clothes in a washing machine - probably twice given how bad I am at hand washing. And so my week.....honestly it resembles my last couple of weeks so closely that it's taken me 3 extra days to get around to writing anything. My week does start out with 3 good byes, Emily on Friday ...
... the zoo. Lots of adults on their own and unsupervised children. My day at the zoo ended with a round of the animals again which I don't mind getting to look at them all. So that about wraps up the weeks events, but here some more about Kumasi to enhance your mental image of where I spend my time. Last week I mentioned that all but the main roads here are dirt, which may or may not have led you to the mental jump that everything here is dirty. The dirt is that very very ...
... be more as they're used to my presence. So I thought for my wrap up this week I'd include a bit more information about Ghana and Kumasi in particular so you get a clearer idea of where I am and what things are like here, forgive me if I overlap on last weeks blog a little. Firstly an explanation on this weeks blog title - obroni means white person and you'll hear it all the time, they don't mean it in a racist way, it's just saying hello and it's perfectly acceptable ...
... the World Cup is brought up in conversation here at
least once every ten minutes. Tuesday we saw a little over 80 patients
at the outreach. I spent the day observing Paul, the optometrist. He was kind
enough to take the time to share with me what he looked for through the
ophthalmoscope when he examined people's eyes and how to diagnose several
different ailments through that examination. The scope is used to look through
the pupil ...
... the room and talked to Paul. He taught me even more about the various eye-ailments and their treatments. He also expressed his interest in traveling to the US to observe the laser eye-surgeries that are conducted there and I extended an invitation to stay with me in the United State in the hopes that I can repay some of the immense kindness and hospitality he has shown me. Hopefully he will manage to be able to spare the time and money to come visit someday.
Other places to stay in Kumasi
Rain Tree Road , Kumasi | 4 star hotelfrom $222
Kumasi | 3 star hotelfrom $42
Paul Sagoe Lane, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $40
Wadoma Junction, Abuakwa-Manhia , Kumasi | Hotelfrom $55
20 Cedar Crescent, Danyame, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $81
26 Silicon Avenue, Kumasi, Ghana, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $55
16 Kegyase, near Santasi, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $30
Adiembra, opp Dr. Badoe Memorial Clinic, Kumasi | Hotelfrom $40