We woke up our first morning in Ghana to the sound of loud chanting and singing. The house is surrounded by nearby churches, and religion is taken very seriously in Ghana. In fact, the sides of all the roads are covered in posters promoting various churches. After breakfast, my father and I visited Kakum National Park. Many species live in the park, including monkeys, elephants, and antelope, but sadly we did not get the chance to see any of them. However, we did get to go on the canopy walkway, which consists of six connecting bridges in the treetops. The rainforest and distant scenery were absolutely beautiful. Afterwards we stopped at Hans Cottage, which is known for its "friendly" crocodiles! It was a great day to see just a small part of what Ghana has to offer.