Monday, March 2, 2009

What do you want to know?

So I am perfectly happy to babble endlessly about my random adventures that I have in Ghana, but I'm curious if there's anything that you all would like to know about. Pretty much everything that happens in Ghana is different than anything at home, but it's hard to pinpoint specific things to talk about, so you all should let me know what you're curious about!

In other news:
I am officially done with my Twi class. It was supposed to end last Thursday, but the power was out in the Linguistics building, so they couldn't make copies of the final, so it got moved to today. The Twi class was through my program, not an official Legon class, so they only made it six weeks. It's nice to not have to worry about the class anymore, but I kind of liked ending my day with other CIEE people in an air-conditioned room. It brought a nice close to things. I'm guessing there are going to be some CIEE people that I just never see anymore now that Twi is done.

I lost a load of laundry to the rain today. :( When I was washing this morning the day was sunny and bright, so away I washed and hing everything up and headed off for the day. I was sitting in class when I heard the thunder and then heard rain, and thought sadly off all my laundry on the line that I could do nothing about. I guess tomorrow will have to be another laundry day.

This weekend I will go to Mole National Park where I will see elephants!!! (And other cool wildlife.) I can't wait!

Don't forget to offer up some suggestions!


Tasha said...

How do people dress? (I'm still working on your letter, I've been very busy)

Carolyn said...

Ditto to what Tasha said. Also, how's the fake engagement ring working out? Any funny stories about that?

Jamie said...

what do you do in your down time? how are guys there? have people met the "real" greta or just the polite one? do you try to explain home to people? and the ELEPHANTS! tell about those.

h. irene j. said...

I want to hear about what you eat (surprise surprise) and where you get it.