Students have been paired while staying in homestays here in Cape Coast. Today they reported on their findings based on the questions from the homestay project. Learning about Ghanaian culture while living with a Ghanaian family can provide many insights and learning opportunities.
We also enjoyed lunch and time to unwind with the crashing waves of the Atlantic as a backdrop and palm trees blowing in the constant ocean breeze. We played soccer, swam, made sand castles and enjoyed the sand beneath our feet.
Time to go came too quickly, but our very capable tro-tro driver, Francis, made the forty-five minute trip back to Cape Coast, in time for a farewell dinner with host families, a bit of homework, and packing! We depart tomorrow morning at 9 am for the six hour trip to the eastern region where we will stay in Klikor. Look for Lake Volta on the map and Klikor is between the lake and the ocean.