I’ve had a rough few weeks of lets call it, cultural re-awakening. When you thought you had life in your foreign country under control, then the old culture shock creeps […]
Bill here. This is Soup and Stew (not poop and spew, although it would be an honest mistake). They’re Senegal Parrots. They are the catalyst for dragging me from my […]
Between Accra and Kumasi is a rail line. A rail line which has not been used, for trains at least, for a long, long time. It has fallen into disrepair […]
Everyday is market day in Kumasi, courtesy of the sprawling, self contained metropolis that is Kejetia Market. Reputedly the biggest market in West Africa, it boasts a staggering 10,000 stallholders […]
One of the joys of travelling, hell, one of the joys of life, is eating and trying new foods. But moving to a new country whose palate and cuisine is […]
A young girl working at Konongo markets. Hope everyone is enjoying their weekend.
I dropped off the children at school this morning and did a spot of grocery shopping on my way home. It felt almost normal…. …until I went to pick […]
Hi there, It’s been a while since I’ve written, not that we haven’t been up to things, we have, but I’ve been taking such rubbish photos that it’s put me […]