Golden Tulip Accra
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... ve understood Mandarin to be one of the more difficult languages to learn, so this may prove quite a challenge for him. But I’ve got to give him credit for his gumption! For a young man who has never travelled outside of Ghana to take on a challenge like this, and move so far away and into a language he knows very little about is very brave. He promised to stay in touch with me, so I’ll hope to hear from him later on.
The trip down to Kumasi was ...
... that age
We all got back on the truck, off again to get cook group food
(It seems that is all we are doing, going from one market or another trying to buy food, we have to do it daily as it just goes rotten after a day or so, same as the bread, stale within 24 hours, it would keep better if they kept it in the wrapper, but what do I know)
We stayed at a Presbyterian Church last night, (3 January)
I thought it was going to ...
So where was i… oh yes. I had just entered my first Ghanaian nightclub and its fair to say things were boppin. It was a luxury hotel with louche clientele. This was where the flashy moneymakers of accra came to strut their often considerable stuff, and us students were definitely out of place budgetwise, sticking religiously to the free drinks being bought for the American gyals by a multitude of Ghanaian suitors. Whatsmore, amongst the ...
... in the middle of no where but thankfully all the people in the tro tro made such a fuss he dropped us at a larger station and gave us a full refund. Then here we waited a long time for the real tro tro to Dunkwa Circle and by now it was very late. From Dunkwa Circle we walked to the Salvation Army Hostel and I was surprised how nice it was. In our dorm room we met a Canadian Megan and three Ghanaian girls I only remember one of their names have no idea how to pronounce it. They ...
... is a UN agency that advises the Indonesian government on the implementation of its climate change policy. Obviously a very different experience than Ghana, but one I am looking forward to all the same. I want the option of working in the UN after my masters and the contacts I make during the next 3 months will be crucial to making that happen.
I hope all of you are healthy and well, please let me know your news!