Author Archives: pablocastaneda-casado

March 26

Chapter 6: “To be sitting on a gold mine”

Hi everyone, I am still waiting for your answers to my last post’s request with your suggestions for the next one… (That was sarcasm: You see? I’m still here…) as you can see, I’ve already started writing it since it seemed that no one was going to answer or had any questions. So, I’ll continue […]

February 12

Chapter 5: “The chameleon changes colour to match the earth….”

I am here again after my Christmas break…it is been quit. A long time without writing and, perhaps, my “inspiration” has gone while I was in Spain and I need more time to adapt myself again after my break…or may be too much work, because I am in the discount time and I need to […]

December 16

Chapter Four: ‘To be over the moon’.

Here I am again! This time it will be shorter, I promise (never do this…sometimes it’s impossible). As always you can check the Spanish /English version in https://pablocastanedaghana.wordpress.com/  (You can also find something different in the staff’s blog, this is a suggestion of my Mentor, thank you Simon for your help.) There is only one […]

November 20

Chapter three. “To get the hang of it”

During a couple of weeks, I’ve been trying to find the title for this chapter… Since I wrote my last post and after reading your comments I’m feeling a bit intimidated… maybe you are expecting too much… I’ve been in Ghana for a month… actually, more than a month, I am going now for the […]

October 23

Chapter 2. “This is Africa and also…..THIS IS AFRICA (TIA)”

I´d like to keep talking to you about my experience in Ghana, I thought it could be useful to have something that could come with us during all the story, like a nexus….one sentence for each chapter, doesn’t  looks bad…. In the first post, I spoke about the expression “do not cross the bridge till […]

October 05

“Don’t cross the bridge before you come to it”

  A few days ago I was thinking about how I could start this post. And why is that? Because I heard Mariajo talking about it in my last meeting in GSK and I think that it describes my feeling in the last months. I am now starting a new PULSE assignment in Ghana, and […]