|My friend Erica struggled with|
the handshake. It's the one with
a snap at the end like we do at
Some of the best news of the day is that I found a place to get egg sandwiches. On the campus of the Junior High School I teach at, there is a group of little stands that have all different foods to buy. This is called the "canteen" and serves as the student's cafeteria. The sandwich was so good, and included some vegetables (no, not bacon), and a hot pepper sauce. The roll was heated up on the pan as well, and smushed down to absorb all of the juices. The best part? This sandwich cost me 1 cedi, which loosely translates to about 45 cents.
|These ladies will become|
Now that I found this out, the "obolo" thing might last a little longer. To counteract the egg sandwich, I went to a market and bought a fresh pineapple and some oranges. Next to that stand in the market is a group of people who make sandals that look a lot like Birkenstock sandals. From what I could tell, they cut the leather themselves, and created the corked bottom. I am probably going to have them make me a pair because my feet get really warm in dress shoes all day long.