Today we drove from Cape Coast to Accra, where we will be flying out of early tomorrow morning. We spent the majority of our afternoon at the Accra Arts Centre Market at the Centre for National Culture, which contains stalls that are practically bursting with wooden carvings, textiles, instruments, clothing, jewelry, and more. I had been looking forward to this visit for almost our entire trip, and it did not disappoint! We purchased several beautiful pieces of art, some as personal souvenirs and others as gifts for family and friends back home. We informed one of the vendors that we were searching for a dolphin for my sister, the mascot of her sorority, and over the next two hours I think we were shown every fish and shark in the entire market! However, part of the fun of shopping in these types of markets is searching for the hidden treasures among all of the other pieces of art. I am an expert at negotiating prices by now, and I managed to cut down the price of a giraffe from 120 cedis to just 60! After we finished shopping, we headed to our hotel in Accra and had a late lunch before carefully wrapping up all of our new pieces of art and adding them to our luggage. We're heading to bed much earlier than usual, as we leave for the airport at 6:30 in the morning tomorrow!