Sunday, July 25, 2010



This morning we went to The Presbyterian Church of Ghana St. Paul's Congregation. The service was a mix between Twi (pronounced tree) and English. Church started at nine and we were there until 12. The pastor had Dr. Clerico introduce us to the congregation. Everyone was welcoming and friendly. It is extraordinary to worship with another culture.

We even met a taxi cab driver at church. He insisted on driving us to Cape Coast Castle; so the seven of us hopped into his tiny cab. Five of us in the back and two in the front. Luckily, it was a short drive! Dr. Clerico got some really interesting photos from this adventure.

We ate lunch at the castle restaurant and enjoyed some of our favorite Ghanaian dishes. We did some shopping at Cape Coast Castle. It has become one of our favorite places to shop! We have developed a relationship with one of the shop owners.

We came back and played a few round of cards before a wonderful dinner of mac and cheese! :o) Then we spent some time labeling all the children's books before we donate them to Tuwohofo-Holly International School tomorrow.

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