Yes, You in Front of the Screen

I have noticed I have plenty of new readers on my blog! Welcome! Akwaaba! Välkommen! Now, who are you?

My statistics are regretfully not so clear, so I have to guess why traffic on this blog is up from an average of around 50 viewers per day to well over 1500 (!). I am guessing this has something to do with my new career as a TV host in Ghana?

Or was the interview on Swedish radio last week with a link to this blog from their website?

Maybe it is all my new students wanting to check out their new teacher?

Or did my this blog’s brand new look, courtesy of some recent hackers, make thousands of you flock here?

If you are new here, please let me know! Drop a line in the comment box below:

  1. Who are you and
  2. Where did you hear about me and this blog?

Thanks for helping me soothe my curiosity and do come back soon!

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  1. Hi! Musicologist and global radio producer here. Found you a year or two back while researching a trip to Ghana (which turned into a trip to Mali). I keep your blog in my RSS feed because I think you’ve got interesting things to say (and I might one day still make it to Ghana after all)!

  2. Like Myke, I’m a fan too who followed your old blog.
    Long history in Ghana dating back to ’71. Been back since 1999 operating a B & B-active in Ghana Hotels Assoc and Rotary.
    I’m a Candian and like yourself married to a Ghanaian. One of our kids is in his forties-he’s here operating a meat processing business-and our daughter pushing 40 is in Canada. You’ve got a long way to go….
    Passionate about tourism reaching it’s true potential.
    Pleading for an email address for your great new show
    FRONTLINE2012 on TV3

  3. Hi Kajsa! I found your blog while researching on life in Ghana some time ago and bookmarked your blog. I moved here with my husband 2 months ago and caught your TV debut the other day too. 🙂 I enjoy reading about your experiences of Ghana so far, and look forward to reading some more.

  4. Hi Myke, Chris and Minai!
    Thanks for reading my blog and good to get to “meet” you!

  5. hi, just got a link of your blog on my facebook wall and decided to follow it. I didn’t regret I did. and I just realized you are also on tv here in Ghana. good job.

  6. Hi,

    found your blog of the back of another. Recently returned from a trip to Ghana. I’m sad to say that although my family are from Accra, Winneba & Kumasi this was my first trip for over 40 years (A real eyeopener & definitely not my last!!). Since my return i’ve been pining for all things ghanaian 🙂 which led me here!