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... The bus that brings the children who live further away to the centre had broken down so we only had the local children with us but my mum had balloons in her bag so we blew them up and were writing the children's names and drawing pictures on them. It was great fun! After that we headed back to the volunteer house to have lunch.
After Lunch we decided to go and see the school of excellence which is also part of the teaching program ...
(Need to write about my weekend and a couple of things but no time atm / cba / fomo of other stuff going on) Also, apologies - no tales of me embarrassing myself in this entry.
I have now been here 4 weeks. Many of the foreign friends I made have returned home but I'm now getting to know some Ghanaians and *****ians in my hostel a bit better. Some funny people!
In hospital, I am doing one week with the orthopaedic and ...
It was nice to be able to sleep in a little later this morning. The four of us, the Walker's, Mr. Meeker and myself, met for breakfast at 8:30 am. After one last breakfast at seaside we each went back to our rooms to get a little work done before time to leave.
Unfortunately, the money I had transferred over before I left never did arrive in our local account, which leaves me unable to pay the full bill. Mr. ...
... to go. When I couldn't drink water from a tap. When the roads were dirt instead of gravel. When I had to wash my clothes by hand in a bucket outside. When I had to travel 45 minutes by taxi to buy shampoo. When they didn't speak English. When I didn't know what I was eating. When I didn't know where I was or what I was doing. My happiness wasn't there anymore. It was replaced by fear and uncertainty at being so far out of my comfort zone I didn't ...
... passionate about his area and we spent 2 great hours walking the streets, visiting the local markets, a community school where the kids welcomed us with songs and poetry and walking the labyrinth of alleyways where the people of Nima live. We can't recommend this tour enough, if we were to visit Accra again the first thing we'd do is contact Charles!!
So, all good things must come to an end and after 2 and a half amazing months ...