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General reportage on a life decently lived.


From Wrocław with love

Despite the tiredness, we all decided to go out and see what Wroclaw had to offer for the night. A fat meal and Karaoke session later, I couldn't wait to go back to bed. Continue Reading

The leaning tower of Zabkowice

After a day in poznan, we continued on our trip to Wroclaw. However, our plans change and we end up having to conquer any fear of heights and visiting an evil doctor's house. Continue Reading

A city renaissance

After spending most of our time so far at camp. We were heading back to Poznan. Even better still, we would be travelling to Wrocław the following day. The overnight stay meant we had the opportunity to briefly sample the night life in Poznan. Continue Reading

The middle of nowhere

Despite initial teething problems with flights and immigration, the remaining touring group had arrived in Poland; And after our weekend stint in Poznan, we were finally ready to start the program. Continue Reading

A weekend in Poznan

Poland was not on my list of places to visit. It had not even crossed my mind once. It didn't strike me as a touristy place or a place black people will even want to visit. However my ignorance was quickly dashed after spending the first weekend in Poznan. Continue Reading

The road to Wembley

Despite being an avid football fan, I had never been to a stadium to watch match. So when it was announced that the Ghana Black Stars were to play England at Wembley Stadium, I knew this was an opportunity too good to miss. This is our a road trip to Wembley Continue Reading

Last days are dangerous

The last days of the school term were always exciting but could also be dangerous. The end of term exams had been completed and the results were finally in. School as we know it was virtually over for another term. All that's left now is for the teachers to complete their admin and the students to well... do nothing. No wonder people got hurt. Continue Reading

The evolution of the Pentecostal school meat pie

Being a middle class family in Ghana meant although my parents could afford to send me to a prep school, my pocket money only covered my primary food needs. However in my drive to make my money extend beyond its means, I had created a pastry revolution. Continue Reading

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