This is the sunset at our first hotel in Krobo, Kumasi. This area is known for beads and dipo, a custom where girls become women after ‘training.’ Drummer and dancers at a practice called Sankafo. A few men and women would become possessed. A man playing the drums, in Krobo. These are people from the Volta Region, but … More Educational Tour Photos
Thursday, March 22, 2012 GOAT! Mamma Regina Strong strong girls Our baby doll… The girl on the right pulled Annie and I off the road to come over and look, specifically, at this chicken she was preparing then asked me to photograph her with it. I love Ghana. Storm approaching Simon with a cocoa seed … More Yeay Yeay Yeay: Photos!
I am so sorry for not uploading any new photos in a very long time…the one time the internet is fast I forget my memory cards…such is life. I hope my day-by-day overview of the village is sufficient in the mean time. Thanks for being patient!! Saturday Feb. 25 Day 1: We arrived on a … More Very Long Post
I was in the process of uploading 40(!) photos on here when the power went out for 2min. These are only the first few photos from our 2 weeks in Benim. All 19 of us were split up into groups. Annie, Aleah, Jesse, Grace, Bri, Regina and I were in a group together. We had … More Images: Benim
21 Feb 2012 This weekend: Pretty eventful. On Friday I came home REAL sweaty from dance class, which started on Thursday. Then I met up with Ethan and Annie to go back to Tech where some people were meeting to watch some jazz and poetry reading at the cultural center on campus. But, when … More Weekend Fun
17.02.12 Annie! Anna, my roomate for the first night in Kumasi. It was one big bed! Mimi, Yasmine and Morgan at Candy’s restaurant.. Man-U vs. Liverpool game!!! My home for two weeks in Kumasi An elder of the church Church! Studying hard, looking hard… No words… Lovely lovely sunset Onlookers Pappa Attah getting his moves on! … More Images
12 FEB 12 Many things have happened since leaving Accra Friday morning. We met at Legon at 7am but didn’t leave until around 8am. The drive was extremley bumpy for about 70 percent of the trip. At times it was so loud that conversations were useless. We rode in a bus though, instead of a … More Kumasi