Sugar Soup and Other Stories from Ghana
Since Feb 2011, I've been a volunteer through CUSO International/VSO. From here, I'll quite simply share my experiences during my time in Ghana. No guarantees of deep insights, nor wisdom of any kind, but hopefully some meaning will accumulate as we go.
tags: disability, education, travel
by: Kelly K
Hi, I'm Kelly and I'm an American living in Ghana. I've been here since Feb 2011, and it's my first time living overseas.
Latest posts on Sugar Soup and Other Stories from Ghana
What we just can't miss - playing in Ghana and beyond Posted on 12/01/2012
Don't Fence Me In: Traditions Bent, Part II. PrefaceGeorgina and I were recently rummaging around Cameroon for some things to do. It wasn’t difficult to find a few activities,... Read more
Don't Fence Me In: Traditions Kept, Bent and Broken Posted on 01/12/2011
Part One: Traditions KeptNote: This will probably be my only Incredibly Pro-American Post, but it follows in the tone of how we created Thanksgiving for our guests. So deal. I’m on a... Read more
The Danger of a Single Story, or How a Monday Can Make You... Posted on 04/11/2011
Daily Times Headline: President Mills Calls Cameron’s Bluff: No Way for Gays This morning, the radio program that Godwin and I listen to (well, that Godwin listens to, it’s in... Read more
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