The holy grail, after weeks of opening canned tomatoes with a Swiss Army knife, was a can opener, spotted on a table of wares in downtown Kumasi.
I find it interesting and a little perplexing that you can buy canned goods but not a can opener and bottled wine but no cork screw. We’ve been here in Adiebeba for three weeks now and are getting a feel for where to buy most things. We know where to buy drinking water, fresh fruit, […]
So many questions and a few answers! Who put the ho in Ahodwo? – No Idea Why do I hear chain saws at night? How come the Muslims broadcast their prayers at random times of the day and night? Answer from Todd Miller in Cairo: Broadcasting is the call to prayer, sermons are usually only […]
Well, we made it to our new home in Adiebeba, a small neighborhood in Kumasi, Ghana. And despite some challenges and minor discomforts, we are just as excited to be here as we thought we’d be. When we walk to market, the sights, sounds and smells are surreal and intoxicating. I’m writing this while standing […]