Our first day in Ghana as a family. This is Michael’s vision of Ghana, or at least one of the things he saw that he felt was important enough for him to take a picture.
After getting off the plane and passing through immigration, we made a pit stop at Aunt Aggie’s house in nearby Tema, where we had brunch. Even while jet-lagged, he wanted to take pictures, and he took portraits of a number of people and objects, one of which was this picture of Aunt Aggie’s cabinet.
Michael had a busy day – he also met his teacher just before dinner. He will be attending a Catholic school here in Cape Coast while we are here.
For those about to leave for Ghana, you should have received an email from Prof. Nancy Fairley with my local cell phone number.