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Posts Tagged: Akropong

Dec/10

19

Coffee

One of the things I’ve realized in the Peace Corps is that home is not really a place. It’s more a series of familiar smells. There’s a nostalgia that comes with certain comfortable smells from home. For instance, one thing in Ghana that makes me feel really far away is the smell of my clothes [...]

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Oct/10

25

A Step Up…

Mema mo nyinaa adwo!
This is a post that I could not have written until today. The reason is that the computer I am typing this on would not have been working yesterday at this time of night. Here in Akropong, after 5:30 PM, the outlet voltage drops so low that the computers in the lab [...]

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One of the things that sucks about writing a blog is the fact that when you start one you feel the need for it to be somewhat comprehensive and consistent. I haven’t been either. My last post was a long philosophical rant about what the hell I’m doing here in the first place with no [...]

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Jul/10

22

Site Visit

Mema mo nyinaa adwo! I am currently writing from what will soon be the computer lab in Castle Hall at the Presbyterian College of Education (PCE) in Akropong. This post is a test of the new internet connection. From the looks of it, the cellular receiver dish they installed last week seems to be working! [...]

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