Today was a very fun day of browsing the stores in Cape Coast and teaching the girls in the Abura house. First we went to Woodin's, a fabric store, and then we browsed several art shops, where the vendors' products ranged from large, vibrantly colored paintings to bracelets and wooden elephants. I purchased a few small souvenirs after some aggressive haggling over prices on my part. I'm only kidding, of course. I quickly discovered that this back-and-forth process of arguing over prices is much too stressful for my liking. In fact, " I mostly stood there without saying a word until the vendor lowered the cost of my small wooden elephant to a price that I hoped was somewhat reasonable. So, yes, "aggressive" may be a bit of an exaggeration. I was still quite proud of myself, though! After lunch, we headed over to the girls' house in Abura and I did some more IIIAB scavenger hunt questions using Wikipedia, Project Gutenberg, and OpenStreetMap. I am absolutely amazed at how much they have learned in such a short period of time. At the beginning of last week, none of the girls had even heard of Wikipedia, and now they surf the IIAB web like trained professionals! I am so proud of what they have already accomplished in our time together, and I feel so lucky to call myself their teacher.