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volunteering in Ghana Africa

Volunteers needed in Ghana as Class teachers , healthcare ,orphanage,micro credit,and IT teachers.etc

permalink written by  ghanaworld on February 13, 2014 from Accra, Ghana
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Miss you all!

Hello friends and family, I hope everyone is doing well. I just wanted to send a little post saying that I miss you all and that i have posted a few new pictures. Enjoy! Love, Ruth

permalink written by  Ruth on October 30, 2008 from Accra, Ghana
from the travel blog: Ghana, West Africa



life in ghana

Hi again! I hope all of you at home who are reading this are well and happy. Incidentally that is exactly what I am! Things here are simply great. All of my classes are going well and I am learning a lot. My dance class is a wonderful workout and a joy to attend. My drumming class challenges...

permalink written by  Ruth on October 7, 2008 from Accra, Ghana
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settled

Wow, i suck at this. My apologies folks. I've have been worse about this blog than i have been about my journal, and thats bad. Also this may not be the lengthy one you might have hoped because i am outside and being eaten alive by bugs (yes mom i AM wearing bug dope) anywhoo...as some of you...

permalink written by  Ruth on September 27, 2008 from Accra, Ghana
from the travel blog: Ghana, West Africa



My first posting

Hello every one! so this is my first official entry. the others are courtesy of carl who was kind enough to set this up for his technologically ignorant darling. internet is a bit spotty so i dont have much time for this first entry but i just wanted to let you all know that i am safe and...

permalink written by  Ruth on August 23, 2008 from Accra, Ghana
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Obroni

Obroni - word you most likely will hear on a ghanian street. It means that somebody wants to get your attention. It means foreigner. It means white man. It means You. Most of the time somebody calling you is just being friendly. Just wants to chat - like that dude I met on a beach in Accra.

permalink written by  obroni on May 27, 2007 from Accra, Ghana
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