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... all of what we take for granted everyday , but most importantly I've shared some love which is what I intended to do ive enjoyed every single minute of being here and would do it all again in a heart beat ghana is a beautiful country with such lovely people there is no ebola non what so ever and it's a Shame that people have been put off coming here well they are missing out on a hidden gem . I've got the travel bug again and this will not be the last volunteering or blog ...
... called Club, at a hotel bar is about $2.50 and at the grocery store it's less than $1. The local currency is the Ghanaian Cedi which is about 3:1 of the US dollar. This was 2:1 only 5 months ago, which really affects the local economy.We have been fortunate enough to stay with Jason and his family. Their house is about an hour in traffic from the airport which seems to be typical anywhere we go. There is a lot of traffic everywhere in the city as well as ...
... buy some parts
for the generator, some success but our big buy was bacon eggs and
Another busy day for Mike working on
the generator. I had a people watching day, there was a drum and
dance performance this afternoon and I helped a bit with the
Mike still working on generator, so
near and yet so far with it. He tries really hard but I still ...
... hotel where we later in the evening had an interesting discussion and fellowship with him and Mr. David Meselebe, the other elder in Ghana.
Ghana, (according to wikipedia) officially called the Republic of Ghana, is a sovereign state and unitary presidential constitutional republic, located along the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean, in West Africa. Ghana according to information on their ...
Hello or Akwaaba! I have been in Ghana for a few days now and I guess it is time for me to start blogging. I am not really one to blog, so this will be an interesting experience for you and me. I'll try to do my best! :)
Ghana has been very interesting so far. It is very different than the United States - even more than I imagined. Arriving the first night was an experience all on its own. We landed at 8:35 p.m. (Ghana time) and then sat ...