itcha's Guestbook



26th April 2011

I was very glad to make it to the city and after some time of computer school i went to the net and what i saw about my village makes me happy and proud.Please thanks for the great work done and also the advertising .please keep contact for i will like to be in contact with you so that i can also give you updates on the village and the monkeys.
26th April 2011

I was very glad to make it to the city and after some time of computer school i went to the net and what i saw about my village makes me happy and proud.Please thanks for the great work done and also the advertising .please keep contact for i will like to be in contact with you so that i can also give you updates on the village and the monkeys.
3rd March 2011
Dancing in the sand...

I am a native of Ho, Volta Region
Hi Marisa Am Emmanuel Agbesi, a Ghanaian born but have been residing in South Africa for over 25years. Glad to come accross your photos. Let's communicate more about Ho and Volta Region in general. Kind Regards Emmanuel
11th October 2008

just read this blog. havent read any of your others but i am quite interested in volunteering in africa but dont know where i want to go or with which organisation. Just wandering if you went with an organisation ? if so which one and do you recommend it ? and another question... were you teaching in Aflao ? was it nice there ? kinda wishing i was you !! hope you had (are having) a good time !
26th July 2008

Well worth the wait....
Another great post!! In less than a month's time...there will be no more post!!! :( Cheer up...you're more than half way there. Even though the locals don't appreciate your efforts...your karma is set :) Mwah!
25th July 2008

Back in GA
We picked our girls up at the Atlanta airport last night. There were smiles and tears.....They have already let us know how much your friendship meant while in Ghana. We expect to see you here -sometime. It means so much that Lindsey and Emily had friends to hang with,laugh with, and watch over each other. Take care. We will watch your blog for more news.
30th June 2008

You're amazing person, Marisa
I was browsing the web to find out information about Ghana and I came across your blog and I enjoy reading it. The idea of taking your time out to serve the kids in a place far away from home is truly amazing. The love and compassion that you, Lucy and Anna have given the children will some day bring you good karma. I am visiting Ghana for 3 weeks on a project. While I don't have the same teaching assignments, I am glad to have read your blog cos' (quoting your lingo) you have shown me how I can approach my assignment in a way that can possibly change the lives of the people in Ghana. Thanks and please continue to share your wisdom with everyone reading your life experiences.
24th June 2008

Geeezus!
How scrawny are you??!! I'm JEALOUS! That's it...I'm stocking up on the Mie Goreng and Ayam Curry Indomie! Might as well stock up on those AWFUL rainbow twizzlers and Laffy Taffy too while I'm at it! First stop...Gray's Papaya :D Cheer up...you'll look back in a few months and giggle about the whole experience. I know I still have a little chuckle about the "Waterfalls" and the "Gas Chamber" from our trip to Bali! "Where's the Vick Vaporub?! WOO HOOO!! " Mwah!
21st June 2008

cool
are you coming to Ghana again miss?
10th June 2008

Great blog! I am jealous!! Sounds like you are getting on great though and having a good time. I'll keep reading!
5th June 2008

Great reading experience
Hi itcha........ Iam sarath.Its really cool reading your blog.I was actually searching for some informations about ghana as a tourist destination.I ended up reading your blog..and I for sure i would wait for more from you......Thankn you for your wonderful effort.
29th May 2008

very funny
very funny
22nd May 2008

Hello
Hi - just wanted to say I enjoyed your blog - brought back good memories! I was in Ghana last year for 2 months, also in the Volta region and returned for 2 weeks from 3 May until 16 May. I am not happy being back home! I also have a blog - ricki05. Good luck in Ghana - it's the best place!
18th May 2008

yo
sounds like you're having a ball haha... take lots of photos so we can see xo
16th May 2008

Hey You Whoever smelt it, dealt it! I'm sure you will be fine with whatever the placement. Be safe! Luv ya Pauline

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