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... ends. There's also a bowl with green berries. What are they I ask. You boil them, grind them with red oil and mix in tomato and onion and serve over taro. Makes me want a burger for dinner. But those women lounging outside the shop were so nice. Only one spoke English so she stopped breastfeeding to tell me the recipe. Walking back people waved and said hello. After all, I was just another shopper in the neighourhood lugging home ...
... really exist on our journey back to Accra listening to a couple of Ghanaian hip-life tracks and thinking fondly about the noise, heat, colour and chaos that is Ghana and knowing that only in a few hours we will soon be stepping onboard our flight home. But I came to Ghana for several reasons and I have achieved all I set out to do . I have changed someone's life for the better I have made many children laugh and smile I've been able to provide families with clothes , food , ...
Turns out the smoothie van was parked right outside his workplace so he invited me inside. It was a repair workshop for keyboards and guitars, it was pretty cool and there three other nice men working there. We talked a lot and one guy was really pushy about wanting my number and then there was an obviously older guy who thought it was really funny but told him to leave it. The older guy was interesting to chat to and really wanted me to play something ...
... Mike reckons he was useless. He
had no tools or wire and fittings and could hardly read the wiring
diagram. Did some work but is going to return in the morning with
another guy to help him.
at all, Mike must have frightened him off. Luckily the generator
people in UK have sent a new wiring diagram and some suggestions so
Mike is busy at work on it.1 March
Went into town ...
... rent to anyone who needs a meeting place and most are rented of course, by churches. The group in Accra rents a round hut with open sides but covered at the top. Fresh breeze makes it airy and comfortable but of course the noise of the church groups often having activities and "praise worship" service often makes it a challenge to focus on services (Sunday keeping churches in Africa typically are located very close to where people live and so they have almost five times ...