Status Update: In Good Hands

(Mon. July 2nd)
Wading in the sea of wares at the multi-village market with Grace, Lorita, Bright and Maxwell.

With Maxwell, buying a “football” for the Mafi Tsati elementary school (Grace. later informed me that she’ll never forgive me for not buying one for her school (a private elementary near by).

Local Gin (Pronounce in a Ghanian accent “Locca Giiiiiin”). Purchased in little mini-packs, these “snack size” pouches of local gin are a favorite. Maxwell and Bright helped me to purchase enough for all of the local volunteers working on the project throughout the two weeks I’m here. Can’t wait to try some myself…

In good hands.

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About Margit Boyesen

Teacher. Photographer. Traveler.

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