Monthly Archives: June 2011

Queues here, queues there, queues everywhere!

For one living in East Legon and working in Adabraka, finding myself at Abeka Lapaz in the morning is strange. Not quite. My kind next door neighbour gave me a lift and happened to make a rather wide detour. I … Continue reading

Posted in It all starts in the station | 12 Comments

Pay for me

Most days that I end up closing late from work, there’s nothing more I look forward to than sitting at the back corner of a trotro at Circle, and falling asleep before we hit the roundabout. Somehow, I almost always … Continue reading

Posted in Tales from a trotro | 16 Comments

Cocoa season

Truth be told, I’m no fan of the rainy season. It’s a huge inconvenience, all about muddy shoes and wet clothes. Getting around is hard enough without having to worry about cats and dogs pouring down. For taxi drivers on … Continue reading

Posted in Once upon a taxi | 8 Comments