May 28, 2012
I was in the vicinity of Anloga Junction where you turn off to go to the Ahodwo/Georgia roundabout. It’s a major new state of the art road and still months later there is no indication of the turn-off! On Thursday, Four Villages has guests driving from Accra. I’ve sent this picture: and this text: Here […]
May 21, 2012
This post just appeared on the Tourism in Ghana blog that comes out of the Ghana Tourism Authority. Take a minute to read it. It’s all about discussions taking place RIGHT NOW at the G20 meetings in Chicago advocating easier VISA application processes to promote tourism. Wow, the numbers indicating increased revenues and job creation […]
May 21, 2012
Oh life here is fascinating. There’s always something to write about. Like at 8:00 am on a Saturday morning this guy comes to collect the K.M.A. property rate….which I had paid on January 6, 2012 before heading off to Canada for a Two and a half month R & R to escape jokers like this! […]
May 20, 2012
Oops, it was on May 17th....
Here's my original post!
May 19, 2012
Well, the radio journalism class ran with the story on noise pollution. Most significant, the students interviewed the Ashanti Regional Director of the E.P.A. here in Kumasi. They found out that there is equipment to measure decibels here in Ashanti, but alas the machine is broken. A five-minute piece is in the production stage and […]
May 18, 2012
Today’s breakfast was great. Not just because of the great food, but also because yours truly was asked,”We need an idea for a story.” Ya see we have two radio journalists who are here holding a two-week workshop for radio presenters from all over the country. Well, funnily enough, never wanting for an issue here […]
May 14, 2012
This post appeared on the Modern Ghana news site. In short, it describes the success of an Ivorian street artist who has shockingly captured on canvas startling scenes of the election violence that not too long ago took place on the streets of Abidjan, the neighbouring capital to the west. What a wake up call […]