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... of the village we were in. The market was full of energy and people and just about everything you could ever want to buy! There were all sorts of clothes, shoes, meats, cheeses, fruits, veggies, and everything in between. I would much prefer this warm energetic environment to the cavernous, inhuman, Super-Walmart which seems to be our analogous one-stop shop in America.
I mention above that fufu is a popular Ashanti dish. Paul has been teaching Jack and ...
to show us the cell where the Queen Mother was imprisoned for seven
days. It was a bit small and had no light but she had just attacked
the fort for three weeks. It was an interesting tour though and when
we commented that the fort was still in very good condition the
attendant thanked us and said that they try their best. The people
are very friendly. Some are too friendly, just walking to the
supermarket I was stopped twice. The first chap invited ...
... men understood and accepted the need for transfers. It is never easy, but there are easily definable benefits.
This afternoon I was going to get more work done here in my room, but the power went out for a couple of hours, and then the internet was down until later this evening, so unfortunately I wasn't able to do much. Just as well, as I seem to have picked up a little bit of an ...
... but it went back on shortly. Then we took a taxi back to Justice Hotel, no taxi driver knows any popular destinations like Justice Hotel which is so frustrating so it can take twenty minutes for a five minute journey. It would be okay if we knew the city well but we don't since we are only there for three days.Yvette and I stayed up very late talking it was really nice way to end the night and then we went to ...
... than the harsh circumstances. You get used to the latter quickly because there is just nothing you can do about it and you simply 'go with the flow'. What I can't quite figure out yet is their sense of community vs. ignorance. For example our neighborhood is one big community where everyone knows all the stories about everyone, all the children play together in the evenings and the grown-ups gather in front of their little shops outside. One ...