The last blog post left us in a lively Ghanaian rooftop bar, overlooking the small town of Mpraeso, enjoying the late afternoon sun and sipping a refreshingly cold beer. That had been the end of our first full day in Ghana, with the team feeling positive and excited to get stuck in to some hard work. Despite … Continue reading Ghana Part 5 – The Villages
On Sunday morning I woke up feeling a little confused, very warm, and relieved to see that I was still fully covered by my mosquito net – which I had decided to use as a duvet in the absence of a hook to hang it from. Before I bow to criticism here – yes I … Continue reading Ghana Part 4 – Culture Shock
The six weeks between agreeing to go on the trip (five technically if you count the time it took to organise time off work) originally seemed like plenty of time to get everything ready, but seemed to disappear much more quickly than I had anticipated. The main issue I faced was that I am possibly … Continue reading Ghana Part 3 – Off we trot…
As promised here comes part two of my Ghanaian mini series. Notice I already dropped in ‘Ghanaian’ – proof that I’m already learning things. And by reading you’re possibly learning too. Who said this wouldn’t be fun. But in all seriousness, back to the point. I left you by saying I had signed up to … Continue reading Ghana Part 2 – What?
Hell0 It has been a little while since my last post – and for that I can only apologise. Since returning from Scandinavia (four months ago) things have been pretty hectic. Or at least they have felt that way – in reality they haven’t been too bad – but expectations have had to be managed, … Continue reading Ghana Part 1 – Why?