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A bad tro-tro day

June 16, 2014

Three girls from Bazil, China and Botswana joined me at school on Monday. Because of my three days experience in traveling around chaotic Accra I was going to be their guide. Their first day ended up being quite adventurous, when it comes to trotro rides. Continue Reading…



June 15, 2014

On my first Saturday, we decided to become tourists in Accra. We went all the way from Madina to Accra city center, by our favorite transportation means, the trotro. On my right, I noticed an impressive, monumental building in a shape of a pyramid. I found out that it was the recently built presidential palace, the Flagstaff House, which serves as a residence and office to the President of Ghana. The grandeur of this Palace was not alike to any other building in Accra. It was glowing under the African sun, as if made of gold. Continue Reading…


Life beyond school- The house parties

June 14, 2014

I honestly never imagined that life in Ghana would be so much fun. I was psycologicaly prepared to live in the most harsh and unfavourable conditions, but I was not expecting music, dance and parties. Rather silly of me! I was going to Africa and I would stay in an international house full of young people. The outcome is obvious=LOTS OF FUN. Continue Reading…


Rolling circle from the classes- Nursery II

June 13, 2014

It was a special day for me. I woke up at 5.30 and got ready. I tried to look as unnoticable as I could, which is quiet hard when you think that wherever I go I am the only white person. I passed the interns house gate and roled completely alone to the trotro station! I consulted my notes, drawing the route in my mind. Continue Reading…