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... woman getting her PhD from University of Chicago. She's visiting now since they're getting married in Accra in a week and she's doing her research here in Ghana. My days consisted of reading by the lake, going for the occasional swim, watching the fishermen, and taking walks through the village. One night the guesthouse had a bonfire on the beach with local boys drumming, singing, and dancing. I had some really interesting talks with Ra, the owner, about ...
... teacher there which I was surprised by and she was also quiet old, the children were really sweet. I met Frank and from what Patrick has said about him I can tell her really looks up to him. Frank is also a teacher who is married and has studied environmental law before. He is doing a very good job of teaching science to the children and he even got me to do the exercise and when I could not he explained it all to me. We were joking around because I ...
... Here were prepared the li soup, I cut up the garden eggs, onions and tomatoes. Then Irene cut the cassava while Vivian cooked the soup. I washed the cassava and then Irene and I started to pound the fufu together. After a little while Grandma started to pound it and then when she got tired a woman inside Emmanuel’s compound helped. She had the cutest son and I took photos of him. Then we sat and ate the fufu, it was very hot but we all enjoyed it ...
... Goff's deer, crocodiles, wild guinea fowl,
whistling ducks and red throated bee eaters. A busy morning but not
as exciting as mine I bet! Leaving the park and heading for the town
of Kumasi, en route we stopped at a petrol station for the night. The
staff there got a bit carried away with Kirsty, they had never seen a
motor home before and had to have a look and ...
... up their address. (Because like cable television and mobile phone service in France, if something
is working for you, you don’t touch it. You leave it alone.) But since living in a culture of c’est pas ma faute, I think I could hardly be
blamed when the elderly couple that ran the bakery finally decided on retirement. And believe me, if I had sway over who could retire, I’d
be working on that list at this very ...