The Essence of Leather in Marrakech, Morocco

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Suzanne Geudeke puts her nose to the test when she discovers how leather is made in a tannery in Marrakech, Morocoo.

Spaghettiquette: Learning to Eat Spaghetti on the Road

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Suzanne Geudeke learns to eat spaghetti from a truck driver in Italy, who is very forgiving when she breaks one of the main rules of “spaghettiquette.”

Mix and Match: A Visit to Accra’s Biggest Second-Hand Clothes Market – Accra, Ghana

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Suzanne Geudeke decides to see what the enormous “Dead White Man’s Market” in Accra is all about, and she quickly learns just how different our cultures can be when it comes to shopping.

Greece in Ghana – Accra, Ghana

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Suzanne Geudeke lived in Ghana for ten months, experiencing its culture from up close. The article describes a curious encounter she had one night, when a Ghanaian bar owner invited her to go to “Greece” – A run down house in a dark street where he served her a local drink called akpeteshie.

Million Star Accommodation – Erg Chebbi, Morocco, Africa

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Suzanne Geudeke hops on a dromedary to explore the desert of Erg Chebbi, Morocco.