If you’re a Ghanaian 9-5er that commutes to and from work using the troski, take a seat.
There are some fashion choice you do not make when you know you’re not driving to work. As a Legzus owner that works in urban Accra, you have to factor in traffic, heat and most importantly comfortability and this article is here to help you do just that.
Here are 5 tips that will make your commute to and from work more comfortable and tolerable.
For the ladies, evade tight skirts and straight dresses as much as possible.
Have you seen the rush for cars early in the morning when you’re running late? Do yourself a favor, go for stretchy clothes, you can climb into the car with, i.e, in the event that you have to take one of them big cars.
A coat? We think not.
It’s always 89 degrees Fahrenheit in this city and you wanna wear a coat or a blazer? Do you have a death wish? We understand that it might be cold in the office. You could either leave the coat at the desk at work, or carry it on your arm every morning.
Carry an umbrella
Get a mini umbrella. If the big one that looks like rich men’s walking sticks is the one that scratches your itch, go for it. We can not stress this enough people. The sun could be scorching like never and then it’d start raining out of nowhere. If you don’t have your own car, you can not afford the luxury of not carrying an umbrella around.
Invest in good headphones.
Introvert, extrovert, ambivert? Whatever-vert you are, have great headphones.It’s a given that the commute might be made longer by traffic and there is nobody nosier than a trotro neighbour. It will save you the embarrassment from when you open those loud Snapchat stories that have no reason being opened in the public.
Do enjoy your commute. Granted you will see some of the weirdest things, a trotro ride is one of the only things that will give you the real Accra experience.