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Travel Blogs from Kumasi
Today we are heading to Kumasi from Akosombo. Normally this would mean going back to Accra as there is no direct public transit between the two places, but Daniel has come through for us once again and has hired a van through the Methodist church to take us and all our stuff to Kumasi. It should take about 6 hours and will cost 455,000 - we gladly …
... the different tribes in Ghana. Kumasi is the capital of the Ashanti region. Paul was explaining to us that the Ashanti kingdom was once enormous and extremely powerful and spread throughout much of Africa. They fought the English when they came but lost to the Brits' superior firepower. Today the Ashanti tribe is one of the largest tribes in Ghana and there is still a ruling Ashanti king. Paul (an Ashanti himself) said that most of his people pay more homage to ...
his room and the second asked if I had a husband and where was he. I
pointed to Mike parking the moped just in front of me.
It is very humid
today and has started to rain. There is nothing to cool us down. Got
my first trousers from the dress maker and they seem fine. We are
definitely being entertained here by the choir practise, the singing
is really good.
... 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 ...
... eating. "We eat when we hungry, just like we sleep when we tired". It is as simple as this. At another occasion we asked them whether no one has ever complained about their loud neighbor, they said that their grandmother did but that she was in her menopause anyways and women tend to talk and nag too much in that state. Also, Ghanaian women are according to them way too much work. They rather prefer white women because they are apparently not as harsh and they ...