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... who took my orientation group to Labadie Beach in the first week, she did not recognize me at first but once I explained I was Yvette’s friend she remembered me.
Mercy, the head person in SYTO, and Solomon who had been organizing my weekend for me were both not there. Solomon was sick and Mercy had only just left. I picked up my passport and met a man named Serge who would be taking my Togo tomorrow for the VISA extension. We decided to meet 5am out ...
... 11 kms from
Accra but within easy access for the embassy, wish we had known about
it sooner. What surprised us here was the water supply. The whole
town is divided into different areas and they only supply water to
one area for 2 days a week. This means that you have to make your own
reservoir to fill for the days the water is switched off.
We managed to get some water today
because the reservoir had some water in ...
... the airport meant I was fairly tired and looking forward to the few hours we would have in Accra at our hotel before starting our fellowship and visits with our Ghanaian brethren. Our flight to Ghana was smooth and we arrived at Krotoka International Airport by 8:30am to a warm and enthusiastic welcome by one of the Elders in Ghana, a personal friend and very pleasant man to know, Mr. Henry Aikins. He took us ...
Hello or Akwaaba! I have been in Ghana for a few days now and I guess it is time for me to start blogging. I am not really one to blog, so this will be an interesting experience for you and me. I'll try to do my best! :)
Ghana has been very interesting so far. It is very different than the United States - even more than I imagined. Arriving the first night was an experience all on its own. We landed at 8:35 p.m. (Ghana time) and then sat ...
This past week has been great for me! I started my fifth week of courses and mostly reviewed for my finals. In one of my courses we started learning more about the Healthcare system in Ghana, women in Ghana, and migration. I have learned a lot about how they are trying to move forward and advance but still have conflicting traditional roles and expectations of women, medicine and more. In my dance class we learned songs to go with our ...