Today is Republic Day, a national holiday in Ghana, so none of the schools were in sessions. It also happens to be Canada Day! Anyways, it actually worked out well for my teaching at the Abura house because they were home from school all day, so I was able to head over to teach around 10:00 instead of 3:30, as usual. Today's entire lesson was on Wikipedia, and the questions I gave the girls were the trickiest yet! I also gave the girls some time to think of their own questions to ask each other, and they eagerly accepted the challenge! Many of the girls asked questions, with several of the girls even giving out two or three, and the rest of the girls worked diligently until they found all the answers. After teaching, Kathryn, Muhammad, John, and I went out to lunch near the Cape Coast Castle. John used to live at Kathryn's house before relocating for his teaching position, and Muhammad still lives at Kathryn's and works for Anansi. Then we all headed into the market, which was a very interesting place to see! Like any market, it was full of strange sights and smells, but this one included pig legs and dried chameleons! We bought the ingredients for tonight's meal of yam balls and also met Muhammad's mother, who works at the market. It was a very fun, busy day!