So, I have pictures of Tamale posted. No video this time. Like the rest of Ghana, there is a could of dust over Tamale, that blocks the sun and blends in with any clouds that might be in the sky. Consequently, the temperature is quite nice, and I don’t have to worry about staying in the shade to keep cool. Unfortunately, I can’t breathe! With so much sand and pollution in the air, I have a horrible cough and a sore throat. Oh and let’s not forget that of all times to come in one of my wisdom teeth decide s to come in, so I have a sore mouth to go with the sore throat. I was messing with Richelle right before I left Dallas; she was supposed to have her wisdom teeth extracted. I was going to go over to her house and eat in front of her, but she didn’t go through with the procedure. It looks like the roles are reversed. Flying in and out of Tamale was kind of scary since the air was so dusty. I recall on the flight in, I was just waiting for the plane to crash; when I looked out the window, all I saw was a wall gray, not even the hint of ground or sky. Now that’s scary! Luckily, the pilot knew what he was doing. I didn’t venture out of my hotel too much after my meetings on Wednesday and Thursday since the area where I was staying didn’t have much around it. I ended up watching Season 4 of 24, which I now realize isn’t that great a season, and probably not worth it’s $50 retail price. Nevertheless, it was better than watching BBC all day. I also finished reading The Firm by John Grisham; it’s a pretty good read. I think I’ll stop my blabbing, since I don’t really have much to say about Tamale. It was a small, but very active city. When I returned on Sunday, I discovered a few voice mails in my Skype inbox. Apparently my family was more bored than I was, so they kept calling, and since I didn’t have an internet connection in Tamale, they never reached me. Oh well. I’m done, and you’re caught up with blog updates, pictures, and video from my first full week in Ghana. If you’ll excuse me, I’m very important and have meetings to attend.