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If you’ve followed my blog for awhile, or if we know each other in real life, you’ll probably know that most of my travels take me to “developing countries”. While I don’t love this term, I realize that it’s the … Continue reading
I’ve only been here for a week, but every time the power comes back on I have a visceral reaction of excitement and happiness (written in early January). Each time I know the power is going on/off, I have a … Continue reading
If there’s one thing my mom wanted me to come back from Africa with, it was gratitude. For those of you who don’t know, she spent a few years in Nigeria when she was my age and she said that … Continue reading
Hmm, this seems pretty obvious right. When the power goes out (or you lose any other service you normally have access to), you get pissed! How dare the electric company not do its job? This is ridiculous! But it’s Ghana, … Continue reading