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Travel Blogs from Kumasi
... king than to the Ghanaian president.
Jack and I spent Thursday at the Charity Eye Clinic here in Kumasi observing surgeries. Jack and I traded off shifts observing Dr. Michael Twumasi conducting a marathon of 34 surgeries in a row. The average surgery took only 10-15 minutes to complete but I still stood in absolute awe of Dr. Twumasi's ability to conduct each surgery immediately after the other without even shifting positions for the 5:30 hours or so ...
Went for a walk
around town looking for a cake shop, but no chance. We did see a sign
for a meat shop and walked over to it only to find the meat was live
meat! It was a pleasant enough stroll though.
Mike spent the
day cleaning Kirsty and trying to get on line. Not a lot of joy with
that. I was busy getting ready to leave tomorrow. The stay here has
been quite nice, the singing was lovely but not keen on the
... expensive, but it may take a good bit of the day to make the trip. Tomorrow evening I hope to visit with a couple more folks in Elmina, and then on Wednesday the three of us (Reuel Dima, Eshun Plange and myself) will take a look at two or three properties that we might potentially be able to develop into a permanent location for the Feast, summer camp and other combined Church activities.
... seats left and we got on this. He was very helpful and I don't think we would of found the station without him.
We left at 1pm but the ride was quite uncomfortable but I enjoyed listening to my music the entire time. Once we arrived in Swedru at about 6:30pm we all headed to our own host families. I had a shower enjoyed my dinner and then was so tired so I rested on my bed.
Then my grandma called so that was nice to catch up and then I went to ...
... where it matters most that you are Christian and say "you're invited" whenever you eat a meal. Now there is this little boy, age 5, his parents too poor to pay the admission fee in order to send him to school. He is the embodyment of an outsider. The community is completely ignorant of his health and happiness. Another example living in the community that plays an important role for the antithesis I'm trying to illustrate is the loud ...