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... I'm now in a room by myself) and Harry and Arthur on Sunday morning (I'm now the only volunteer in the house) it's strange to have gone from a house with 17 other volunteers to only me. I think the time that it's strangest is when I sit down to dinner. It used to pots of large helpings of food with a stack of plates - now it's one plate with an impossibly large amount of food. You'd sit down at a table full of laughter and conversation - now I sit down with my kindle. The peace and ...
... that you imagine Africa will have and it's everywhere. Added to this dirtiness is of course the litter, it's everywhere and nobody seems bothered. They have a love of plastic bags and in general all things plastic here which is really very alarming. I've discovered a place near the zoo where I can get tasty noodles (closest I've come to a nice local dish) for 4 cedi ($1.40). They're basically 2 minute noodles with some egg added in and will be served on a sheet ...
... hey obibini which means black person. Today on my Tro Tro ride home (explained in a bit) a young girl saw me and was calling out broni broni broni and when I waved to her she literally jumped up and down with excitement and someone pointed out with a kid that young I could have easily been the first white person she'd ever seen which is entirely believable as I'm yet to see another white person in kumasi other than the other volunteers in my house. Ghana (at least ...
... optic disc (the nerve bundle at the back of the retina).
Viewing the disc can reveal if someone has a refractive error, glaucoma,
retinal scarring, or some other retinopathy and if it's hard to see through the
lens to the disc then that's a sign of cataract. Paul also told me how the
tonometer works as a diagnostic for glaucoma (glaucoma is high fluid pressure
in the eye which pushes too ******* the optic nerve and degrades it) ...
... Once again there are a million other things I want to share about but I don't have the time to write them all down right now. But overall I've had a fantastic week and love all of the nurses and staff for Charity Eye Clinic we're working with and all of the patients I've met and helped remedy their eye-ailments. This weekend we will have a few days off. We're planning to go to the main market in Kumasi tomorrow. More adventures are sure to ensue. Stay tuned!