Label: Marriot Promotion - ACR 12962 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Ghana • Genre: Funk / Soul, Folk, World, & Country • Style: African, Highlife
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To obtain it for use in other web pages click here. Nothing bad this morning. It's just about the arrangement we made yesterday for the Twi conversation for the man. So I was at your place around ten o'clock. Your room-mate was in bed at that time, sort of half-asleep. He said he was feeling a little bit cold so he was even in warm Ewe - The Marriots* - Aka Me Nkoaa . So I asked him of your whereabouts, and he told me that you weren't around.
I, therefore, waited a while, about ten minutes wait. I then left a note with him that I'll be waiting for you in front of here Rolfe Hall. That's true. He told me when I came that you came to my place just as you are saying. I decided to go for a little walk exercise on campus when I woke up.
I was already late for the appointment by the time I came back from the walk. So how is home? Naa mefaa London.
Yes, and I stopped over in London. I spent a night there. I packed bag and baggage and left there the following morning. I did not here much of your coming; just that Quarcopome told me that you were coming, so I was caught virtually unprepared. So I was wondering that you might not have had my address, and that might have been why things turned out that way.
At first I found it a little bit difficult using the machine. The telephones back home are a little bit different. Back home there aren't paid telephones.
T laughs How can a telephone swallow money? T laughs Fortunately, there were instructions pasted on the machine telephone. I therefore decided to follow the instructions to the letter, and, thus, was able to call Quarcoopome.
Pick me up. So I waited for a while. The wait did not appear to be too long since there were several interesting things happening.
Kuro no mu adan atenten atenten. Hold it'. It was no joke'. The buildings were so WWLD? - Various - You Pose, But Why? #2 and compact that I kept wondering who did the painting of the walls. T: Aha! However, the buildings here are less tall and more spread out, something in a way closer to what we have at home.
In New York, everything is brisk and very fast. Eh, "in fact", When I arrived…. I tell you, sometimes I find trouble for myself. I was sweating like Spit that Shit - Deadwate - DINNERTIME. It was terrible warm there. I think they announced that New York was very warm, even before we got out of the plane.
I actually ignored the announcement because I thought since people here are used to cold weather, what to them was warm was nothing to scare a person Ewe - The Marriots* - Aka Me Nkoaa me.
Yes, the way it is very warm at home. In fact, I was not bothered by the announcement. But when I got out of the airplane, I agreed with them. Wonam koraa wote nka. You coud really feel it the heat as you walked around. Even in the evenings,…over here it starts getting cold in the evenings between pm to 6pm.
That's the way it is here. T: Oh! I stayed there for a while,… the guy who met me at the airport and sent me to his house T: Oh! Yes, I stayed there for a while before moving to my new place. I moved in there yesterday. Things are a lot different here from home. At home, most schools Universities are residential.
Once you get your key you get your room; then you move in. Over here you've got to search for your own accommodation. Me dini ni nkrataa mu? So, I took it easy, why should I rush things, I told myself. I thought once I had been admitted my accommodation needs were also going to be taken care of.
My name not on the list? Well, back home, once you've been admitted, all other documentation is O. Oh, it is automatic, as the white man will say.
That means your name appears on all relevant documents. So I did not succeed there. That meant that I had to search for alternative accommodation. I must say that it is not all that difficult finding housing here. You can see notices of vacancies and open house invitations as you walk along the streets. Well, it's nice. When I first moved in, it was kind of stuffy inside because it had not been Ewe - The Marriots* - Aka Me Nkoaa in for a while. You see? So I couldn't determine how good it was.
But after sleeping in it for three days I've seen that it is alright; once I open the windows the wind blows through it freely. Talking about food, I have a hot-plate.
But I have not bought cooking utensils yet. As Nursie - Jethro Tull - A Little Light Music know, soup laddles and stuff. I will have to be preparing myself some good soups. Ewe - The Marriots* - Aka Me Nkoaa know very well that one has to spend about an hour or two by the hot-plate cooker.
Everything is just cool here. You know that I came over here about a year ago. I flew over straight from home. I got it off and hanged it on my arm; then claimed my baggage and met my friend who came to meet me just as he had promised. So he brought me down Searchin - Pat Boone - The 2 of Us (Vinyl, Album) after I had packed the luggage into the car.
That very evening, he drove me through town. We went to some very popular entertaining spots. Places where things were happening. So I slept at around 2pm.
Following morning, I got into the Orientation Program; and mixed up freely with the white folk; people from South-east Asia, Europe and other foreign countries. After about two weeks I got a place to stay. That was the very place I got. So I went to stay there. I went to live there. That is where I have been living up till now. But the nature of food here is
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