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... could have fared a lot worse when it came to finding an internship! I genuinely enjoyed my day-to-day activities, and really feel as if I come away having learned a lot about what takes to work in an international NGO. Living in Accra itself was an amazing experience as well, once you get used to its little quirks (as all major cities possess) it becomes a really fun place to discover. Don't get me wrong, Ghana ...
... we walked west toward Jamestown along High Street that follows the coast. Honestly, I’m not sure when exactly we entered Jamestown, but at some point the buildings became a bit more crowded and perhaps a tad more shabby, letting the weight of the years show through. Yet even as the buildings grew tired, the streets became more lively with market goers, boys and men of all ages playing games of soccer wherever a pitch could be laid, and sellers ...
... structures on the side of the road offering healing remedies
for anything and everything . As we were heading off that morning I envisioned
a toothless old man chanting and brewing potions in his jungle hut. Traditional
medicine, provided by witch doctors, is a valued and substantial presence in
Ghanaian culture. It is considerably more accessible and affordable than orthodox
medicine, and therefore, is a prominent source of healthcare. CSRPM was not ...
... things off, there’s always a delightful religious proclamation on the label (Ghanaians are deeply religious; two different people and a congregation prayed for my soul this week). Our current jar reads –“The Lord is my strength”. Back home, I would probably be morally offended by this imposing evangelical peanut butter, but here in Ghana, my heathen self is desperately thankful. Hallelujah for PB, praise Jesus.
Last Saturday was our first ...
... the hell did she think she was?? They couldn’t help but laugh at her and she was firmly told that if she wanted to remain part of the group then she had to play her part.
The next blow up occurred that night when two other passengers moved their tent out to play their part in truck security. The guy who’d put up the big fuss the day before then got stroppy because they’d done it...go figure. Then Mr Finger Pointing-Anger Management Issues ...
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While entering the hotel, warn the driver - apart from a huge traffic jam and pollution, Road cease to exist as you are entering the hotel. It's mini lake and you may need a small boat to enter the hotel if you are unlucky to reach the day when you reached and it rained heavily. Secondly, after 6pm, do not, and I repeat do not, venture into the lanes adjacent to the hotel- its full of armed robbers. If you are travelling with family, do not go to coffe shop or restaurant in the evening/night- as it will invariablt will have a few prostitiutes seeking your business. And, never open the door on a knock at night, it will be prostitute in the name of room-service.
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