Monthly Archives: June 2010

Makola Market

Matt and I ventured into the endless bustle of Makola Market in downtown Accra yesterday.  Piled next to each other along the sides of the streets are stands specializing in single items: suitcases; polo shirts; biscuits; radios; bras; vegetables; giant, … Continue reading

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Question of the day

For whom am I rooting tonight? Well I will be happy no matter which team wins! Here are some photos from the places where we watched the last two Ghana games… First at a big, swanky place in Osu called … Continue reading

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Of teeth and trashbags

The family who is hosting us return to the US for the summer today.  We had a momentous final night together, as the seven-year-old lost her tooth!  While the tooth fairy left five cedis (about $3.50), she forgot the tooth! … Continue reading

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25

I turn 25 tomorrow and my fabulous TAMTAM coworkers surprised me with an awesome cake! It made me think about what I was doing last year at this time.  Matt and I were in Utah on our road trip around … Continue reading

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Out of Accra

Though it was refreshing to travel into the lush, green grasslands (turned wetlands in the rainy season) outside of Accra, I am too tired to write much about the experience because we had to get up at 5:30 to do … Continue reading

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The winning goal

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Yeahhhh!!!

Last night we went to the British High Commission club Grasscutters to watch USA tie England. This afternoon we went to an outdoor screen on Oxford Street to watch Ghana WIN!!

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