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... car and shortly another taxi pulled up and we were told now you'll get into this taxi. We were pretty confused at first but were promised that the price deal wouldn't change and we changed taxis and headed off once again. When we arrived at the lake it was lovely though any visions we had of a quiet relaxing lake side visit were quickly dispelled by the arrival of shouting children at our sides drawn to the novelty of white visitors, and apparently the potential that we'd be ...
... while coming given it was my 6th day in the country, but the trip to Cape Coast was definitely too good to have passed up. The first project I'm working with is at the Kumasi Zoo which while it isn't exactly a first class facility they do genuinely care about conservation and are doing the best they can with the resources they have. The first day there was spent receiving a lot of information firstly about the zoo specifically and then on parks in Ghana and the laws ...
... in Accra while Jack and I were off in Kumasi. Fortunately there is another eye-clinic
that Unite For Sight partners with in Kumasi. The volunteers there had been off in Tamale, a city in Northern Ghana, last week, but they returned to Kumasi this past Sunday. So Monday we finally rendezvoused with them and met up with them for dinner.
The other volunteers are working with Friends Eye Clinic while Jack and I work with Charity Eye Clinic. ...
... to complete them. Each Thursday, Dr. Twumasi conducts surgeries on all of the cases from the village outreaches sponsored by Unite For Sight for the past week. The rest of the week he works with private clients at his clinic while we are out with some of his nurses and optometrists conducting the outreaches. At each outreach, Paul, the optometrist, examines peoples' eyes and determines which of them would benefit from surgery. Those who need surgery are then picked ...
Went for a walk
around town looking for a cake shop, but no chance. We did see a sign
for a meat shop and walked over to it only to find the meat was live
meat! It was a pleasant enough stroll though.
Mike spent the
day cleaning Kirsty and trying to get on line. Not a lot of joy with
that. I was busy getting ready to leave tomorrow. The stay here has
been quite nice, the singing was lovely but not keen on the
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