Thursday, July 15, 2010

Address and Phone Number

EDIT: I made a mistake! I gave you the incorrect number before, but I have corrected it now. So, please note the correction.

I just wanted to do a very brief update to satisfy all of you who have been demanding a mailing address. The addresses in Ghana are a bit odd... as in, no one really has one. But hopefully this should work:

Becky Hillyer
Nsaba Diaspora Girls' Senior Secondary School
PO Box 356 Nsawam,
Eastern Region, Ghana

Also, if anyone is feeling rich, they can give me a call at : 233-548-991-024 (Just like that, you don't need a 1 in front )

I am almost out of my supply of comforting Canadian food (ie: starbursts, skittles, chocolate, tea) so any care packages you may wish to send would be GREATLY appreciated!!


  1. Thanks baby, I might just use the name "Little white girl" and assume it arrives all the same :)

  2. I might just use the name "Big Bad Singer" and assume it arrives all the same LOL

  3. I don't know Becky. We need to add 011 (country code) when we call. It didn't work for us without it.

  4. Oh, and that last one was me, "Heather" in case you didn't know ;)

  5. Hmm.. the country code for Ghana is 233, so I'm not sure about that. But as long as you've figured it out, it's good! I know when I call North America I have to use 001 - before the number.

  6. I think it has something to do with where you're calling from, and to where you're calling...all I'm saying is that 011 is in our speed dial before your number.

  7. 011 233 548 991 024
    011 = you are placing an outgoing international call
    233 = you are calling Ghana
    548 = the area code (or whatever they call it over there)