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... works and it makes it so much easier. The stress we were having last year is not there anymore.
The new colleagues are more experienced than most of our cohort was, it seems, and so the transitionning period seems easy. Soon, our former collegues that have left for other horizons will be distant memories, the cruel reality of international teaching.
I will probably have less to post this year (hopefully not), but ...
... Super weird.
We found in my guide book a cocoa farm that was about a 10 minute drive from the gardens in Mampong, where there were quite a few signs pointing us towards the farm, Tetteh Quarshie cocoa farm. When we arrived at the farm, there was a gate across the farm so we parked in the school yard across the road. Some kids ran up to us, including one that said his uncle runs the farm but he isn't around because someone in the family was in the hospital and everyone ...
Because I haven't had internet access for awhile, each couple of days I’ve been jotting down my thoughts and events happening here in Ghana. Lots to talk about so this is a big one- enjoy!
April 24th 2014
Hope everyone is enjoying my blog so far, it feels surreal that I’ve been gone such a short time. It feels like forever ago that I left home.
We spent the weekend in Cape Coast and were meant ...
... customs, climate and religion. Then we had a language lesson I really enjoyed this even though it was so hard some of the words i learnt were akwaaba (welcome), maakye (good morning), maaha (good afternoon), maajo (good evening), medaase paa (thank you very much) and mede Anna (my name is Anna). There was plenty more that i learnt though. Once the language lesson was done we then changed our money and Yvette and Louis got ...
... easy-peesy’ (as described by one of the children).. The walk back up the stairs was an entirely different story. It was an aerobic workout! The children ran up the first 20 steps, then the next 20 steps, then the next 10 steps. After the 50th step, I observed a gradual reduction in speed. By step number 100, it was clear who was winning the ‘battle of the Boti stairs’. For the ...