Han's Cottage Botel
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... startled to realize the family was up and I was just passing by them. They were practically motionless and I just couldn’t see them in the dark. The second JoJo smiled, I could see his teeth and eyes floating in the air but black people are quite hard to see in the dark and even a little scary. I noticed especially last night when I was at dinner and little Susie sat with me in the dark and, since she’s so quiet, I thought she had snuck away and then ...
... expand or were to let it expand in other natural ways, it would save a lot of pain and trauma. Especially since I haven’t seen 2 people birthing at once, it appears as if they have the time to do so but chose not to because Africans have this idea of having quick births.
Something interesting I learned today is about their capabilities in telling whether or not the baby is a boy or girl ...
... This trip has made me realize where those feelings come from. Today I noticed for the first time that I truly feel that way here at times. Everyone is generally kind to me with the exception of a few that I feel like see me as an outsider that doesn’t belong. In general though, I feel as if Ghanaians are happy to accept me and want to befriend me; many people here are friendlier than I could imagine ...
... that the mother’s are with their children in that ward almost 24/7 and all spend the night next to their beds. But, if they can’t afford medicine or are away when it is time to administer it, then that dosage is skipped.
Tonight I went to Solace Spot, my first African bar. Since it is a Wednesday we were the only people there but it was very nice. They sell mostly imported alcohol and, I don’t think I sounded ...
... with the lack of proper treatment people receive.
Tonight was African game night through Projects Abroad (PA) with all the other Cape Coast volunteers. We went to one of the PA people, Grant’s house. We sat on his porch and unbeknownst to me until we got home, were getting eaten alive by mosquitoes. We played a game, much like the American one “Sorry” called ‘Ludo.’ It was a lot of fun and Eric got super into ...