Watch out road users of Ghana
Trip Start May 04, 2011
110Trip End Feb 20, 2014
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Other than that, it was a fairly uneventful week. There was a wind-up dinner for the National Service Personnel. In Ghana, there is a requirement for uni grads to spend 1 yr in the workforce – the govt pays half and the companies pay half of their salary. Sounds like a good program actually by giving graduates a guaranteed job straight out of uni and cheap labour for a company. These events all seem to follow a similar pattern: massive sound system, lots of speeches interspersed with random acts of sober dancing, and then the obligatory free t-shirt
I’ve been in for a month now. Starting to feel ready for a break. More so for a change of scenery and routine than anything else. Plus, lots of other people are out on their breaks at the moment, so there is not a lot of people about. Saturday night at the bar was dead. Probably a good thing cause I was able to get a 12 hr sleep. I love my sleep.
Oh and I finally sold the Berlina!!! Hallelujah. Several thousand dollars less than my original asking price, but just glad that my car is off my hands and out of my sisters’ drive-way.