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RE: African Soul presents TELEMA TOURS TO GHANA W/A SEPT 2012 by Bortier on Mon Jul 18, 2011 1:49 pm
[quote="Bortier"]Join master drummer Bortier Okoe for a once in a life time experience. Immerse your body, mind and soul in the culture of Ghana, West Africa.
September 14 – October 13 2012

Open your heart on a four-week study intensive living in the town of Nungua, amongst the community. Bortiers family will welcome you, share their culture, and cook for you their traditional and delicious food. Learn the traditional rhythms, songs and dances and develop your skills under the guidance of Bortier and local drum and dance masters.
Perform in Nungua, take part in live performances specially arranged for you, be entertained by renowned performers, learn to cook favourite Ghana food, witness traditional ceremonies and learn the history of the slave trade on a special weekend excursion to Cape Coast.
Drum and dance workshops

Students will be grouped according to skill level and experience, catering for beginners to advanced levels. Your principle teachers on tour are all master d...

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Re: on order by Dugafola on Wed May 18, 2011 10:42 pm
order cancelled

Re: My trip to Mali - Leaving France by michi on Thu Feb 24, 2011 3:46 am
Man, I feel with you James. Not a good start to the trip :( I hope things worked out OK for the rest of it at least!

Michi.

Re: Drumming under water by michi on Mon Feb 21, 2011 10:23 pm
The increasing average temperatures mean that the atmosphere can hold more moisture, which means that heavy precipitation events will continue to get worse. A recent study has confirmed this trend over the past 50 years.

But the real problem is that there are too many people on this planet. The world's population has more than tripled in my lifetime...

Re: Drumming under water by bops on Mon Feb 21, 2011 5:36 pm
Been catching up on things.... this sounds devastating. I hope for the best for you and your family and friends. Glad to hear that you are safe.

I'm afraid that severe flooding is becoming more common due to the global climate crisis. As the polar ice caps melt away, sea levels and water tables rise. Places that were once safe from floods are now at risk. Countries like the U.S. and China, who are huge polluters, are most at fault due to the inaction of those governments. It's sad; even though many individuals take great care to reduce waste and fuel consumption in their daily lives, the problem continues to grow because our government refuses to enact limits and penalties on industrial polluters. :(

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