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Calabash Highlights & Conde Nast

The Calabash Literary Festival gets a five-page spread in Conde Nast Traveller! Worth a read, and if you’re wondering, yes: I am one of the distant figures soaking up Red Stripe and sunshine on a rickety driftwood platform in the middle of the ocean. 36 more words

Out & About

Eating from a calabash ...

 

 

  

 

I have been very vociferous about my challenge of the stereotype of the educated African, as my colleagues in the newsroom will attest.

I went to school in both Ghana and Gambia and read African literature as part of comprehensive education. 217 more words

Ghana

The Amazing Calabash of Guyana - By Dmitri Allicock

THE AMAZING CALABASH OF GUYANA

By Dmitri Allicock

The calabash was one of the first cultivated plants in the world, grown not primarily for food, but for use as a water container. 143 more words

Dmitri Allicock

25 YEARS WITH CHRIST: THE HONEYMOON

Being saved at a young age brought wonderful dimensions. I was like the elephant calf in the big herd.

I quickly learnt to pray and read my bible. 296 more words