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... the outside world that they cannot understand what I'm saying. The teacher swears at the students and just hits them with swatches and there's nothing I can do because the children don't respond to me. I admit that I am rather disappointed with the experience so far and although I hope it gets better, it probably won't. The woman who runs the orphanage expects me to create lesson plans and bring materials, but honestly, I can't. Either I'm here or I'm creating lessons. ...
... will be used for the boys that have been given the opportunity to come to the UK. We spent the rest of the afternoon with the boys and eventually ended up saying goodbye to them as this was our last day with them. It was really emotional as we had really grown to love them all and get along with them. We also had to say good bye to some of the volunteers as we weren't going to be seeing them again. That evening we were off out ...
... not having Naomi or Anna in the house meant I did not have much to do at all, I stayed with Conford for the whole day. I fried some plantain and relaxed a little bit.
Margaret and I chatted for a little while and she wanted to see a photo album of my family and friends but unfortunately I did not have it but I said I will bring it on Monday for her to see. At 11am I ate my lunch but I had to eat very slowly because of the pain in my esophagus. Then I ...
... sold because it's the Aboakyir Festival this weekend. We walked a lot and found ourselves at the shrine for the deer and we saw they were starting the sacrifice of the deer. I am still not sure exactly what happens but we watched them skin the deer and then chop it up in sections. During this time the chiefs are sitting around and singing. It was pretty interesting to watch.
Melissa and I were the only tourists there which was pretty cool. There were a few little ...
... Accra with me as I was flying home tomorrow so had no more time. We had such a brilliant afternoon, it started a the arts market where I was in search of a statue but something a bit different. We were being offered fertility statues so realised they thought we were a couple so we invented a story of how we were on honeymoon but definitely didn't want children. It kept us entertained most of the afternoon as we haggled for a giant ...