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... again. He turned around and started winding us up and around an entirely different neighborhood. It required a third call to the hotel before he was finally able to get me someplace I recognized, and I was able to direct him on in to the hotel. What should have been a 15+ minute trip ended up taking 1 hr and 40 min. I’m normally a fairly patient person, but I was at my limit for the day. I tried to very calmly suggest that in the future if he doesn’t know where a ...
... that I'm going to be their teacher for a little bit. I went out of my way to find the long-term German volunteers and they said they do activities with the kids after school. It seems like they're just hanging around as well, which is too bad. These people come for months on end and stay in a house on the orphanage grounds. If the people who ran the orphanage respected that, they could get soooo much done. Children need people to look after them and this orphanage certainly ...
... was an explosive chain reaction which culminated in surprising fashion with most people in the club daggering. (google if u dare). I like to think that my participation was the catalyst for this descent into dance madness but ill have to side with the cynics and say that it was probably wasn’t. ill never know for sure tho.
I now felt ready for any weird moves accra night life could throw at me, and things went from strength to ...
... here, I also saw some cool looking salad spoon and fork made in the shape of giraffes but I am sure I will see them again and I will buy them. Most of the time all the souvenir shops seem to have the same thing although another interesting thing I saw was a piece of wood with birds and if you spun it the birds moved and ate the seed and it is supposed to represent sharing.
We walked back and I bought some yam because I was hungry and found a toilet. From Aburi ...
... our 6 month in Africa. 6 month already ! Lots of things have happened. we have adapted now to our life here. Things were not easy, but we are all now more adjusted.
The new year will bring more adventures, starting with our easter trip to Cape Town that we are all looking forward to. On a personal lever, I will run an Ultramarathon there, the Two Oceans. Then it will be the summer and more places to go.
2014 will be an exciting year !