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Travel Blogs from Kumasi
... machine I am not used to, and if I'm honest I can't see myself getting used to - hand washing sucks big time. I'm not that great at it, and it takes forever - 3 pairs of shorts/pants, 3 shirts and a weeks worth of underwear - that'll take about 40 minutes, in the heat and humidity. I will not be sorry to kiss hand washing goodbye at all! Thankfully in what is now less than a month I'll be off to Italy with some friends and our first accommodation is a little apartment that features ...
... grass with a blade (I mostly observed for that). And then the work was done - it was 9:30am. I went and found Jemima (who I've been working with at the zoo previously) to see if there was anything else to do and I was put to working on tallying the number of visitors per day to the zoo for the month into categories. Not the most interesting of tasks, but it is useful and saw a decent part of my time there used as opposed to wasted and it was interesting to see ...
... 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