Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened. – Dr. Seuss
What an amazing ride these past three years have been. Here are some photo highlights cause I really can’t write about what I am feeling right now.
The first battlefield in the insect wars that raged in my bungalow at Sandema Senior High Technical School. I found a cockroach in my bathing bucket and tried to throw the cockroach outside. I failed and this is the results of my killing the cockroach inside.
Local houses in a small Bulsa village near Sandema, Upper East Region, Ghana
Cooking for Lenore
At Lenore’s house in Arowora, Brong-Ahafo Region, Ghana.
Palm Nut Soup Cookers
My first attempt to make Palm Nut soup brought lots of helpers out of the bushes.
My Nala who’s now living in Sandema with my neighbors the Adajagsa’s.
Students studying at Sandema Senior High Technical School.
The view from my bungalow at BASCO, Trotor, Eastern Region, Ghana.
The Christmas Pineapple Werner and I decorated at BASCO.
Dancing during Christmas break at BASCO. The kids used plastic gallons for drums and their dinner plates for symbols or bells.
BASCO’s dance troupe performing a dance from the Eastern Region in Ghana.
A fishing boat on the shore at Winneba, Central Region, Ghana
The view of Fort St. Jago from St. Georges Castle in Elmina, Central Region, Ghana.
A Mona monkey at the Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary in the Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana.
Polishing hand made beads at the Cedi Bead Factory in the Eastern Region, Ghana.
A scene from the Volta River in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
I hope my traveling days in Ghana are not over and I will ride on of the MMT buses again!
Thank you everyone for following my Peace Corps Journey. Stay tuned to see what’s next for the Grandma who went to Ghana.
I have been busy the past few weeks getting ready to go and traveling so I didn’t have much time to blog. Over the next few days i’ll do some catch up posting so don’t mind the weird dates!