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... with his girlfriend and they both have been missing for over a week. Their jet skis were found but not their bodies. Obama heard a rumor that Castro was found in Togo, but it very well can just be a rumor. I'll keep you informed if you so desire.
I took a six hour bus ride north to Kumasi, the second largest city in Ghana and the capital of the Ashanti region, the most important tribe here. My first night here I met Nana who helps finance street kids ...
... on us again Sunday. So we spent all day Sunday cooped up in the hotel, but there was no power most of the day and the internet hadn't been working since Friday so Jack and I were running out of things to do in the hotel room and getting stir-crazy. We finally decided to brave Kumasi on our own and go out for dinner in Santasi, a suburb of Kumasi on the way towards the city from where we're staying. It took quite awhile for us to catch a ...
... labor alone and focus their emotions and energy on the tasks at hand. No one hold their hands, offers them water or congratulates them on an amazing job. In the end, the results are the same no matter where you birth. A sweet baby ready to explore this new world.Erin also had a very busy day in prenatal clinic. The clinic started with women arriving at 8:00am. Over one hundred women arrived at the clinic. They all sat on ...
... the British
when they wanted to take the most famous relic of the Ashanti, the
Golden Stool. They attacked the British rulers and assaulted them
when they sought shelter in Fort St George and starved the British.
The siege lasted three weeks and the military were down to one
cannonball when the siege came to an end. In the end the Ashanti
handed over the Stool and all was well again. That said the British
did not know that they had been given a copy that ...
... but the place was closed already so we sat outside the front of a nurse training hospital. This was nice to just relax after so much walking around in the cultural centre. We then went to the pharmacy for Rhiannon because she is having very bad heart burn at the moment. It was funny because Yvette and the pharmacist were in a bit of a heated conversation for what medication was better for Rhiannon to take since they are both qualified in medicine.