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... down when it rains as they just cant handle it.
We finally manage to get a taxi but the road to the volunteer house was completely flooded so had to go a completely different way which took an extra 30 minutes or so! Was definitely an experience.
That afternoon we didn't do anything, all the boys had gone back to their house and the James Town trip was cancelled. We all sat around the volunteer house talking, playing games and eating snacks. ...
... a shock it has never smelled before. The combination of standing water, dirt, sewage, fish and all parts of an animal are one that my senses could not adjust quickly to. Years of living among it would be how one would adjust and this smell was very apparent not only through the market but into the housing areas, which all run together. We wondered through the housing area, seeing animals living among people, small shops selling items, people peeing in the drain and people ...
Mrs. Walker in particular wanted to do some shopping, so our
taxi took us to a nearby art market I’ve visited numerous times. It is a warren of little shops selling
everything imaginable thing a tourist might want: wooden carvings, African paintings, brightly
colored clothing, jewelry and trinkets of every sort. We only had time to look around for perhaps
30 minutes, but I was able to help her bargain the prices down ...
... so i want to spread out my spending since i have a year in Ghana. But i did buy a beautiful cloth to get made into a dress. It was a little bit over priced but definitly worth it. I might try bargaining next time. Once we were leaving the market I saw a coconut and Annie had reccomended eating one so Yvette and i shared one. They cut a hole into the top for you and you drink from it with a straw and then once all the liquid is gone you give it back to them they seperate ...
... way up until we arrived at the hotel. We were assigned rooms and decided to try and grab a bite for dinner. A young boy named Evan Johnson was our guide in Volta Region, he was related to the owners of our hotel.
Evan told us it was late and the restaurants might be closed, but we tried anyway! We tried a couple of places and they were closed. Dr. Musoma decided we should just get a bunch of fruit and some ...