Not only did I have to learn how to culturally interact with people in Busua, but I also got to learn how to make cement, dig out a court, and build a basketball hoop.
William teaching me about Ghana's political geography. We went back and forth, learning names for the different provinces in Ghana, and the different states in the United States of America. Then, we graduated to capitals! He tested my knowledge of the USA too!
When I was there, a lot of the volunteers, including myself, wanted to learn Twi, one of the major languages spoken in Busua. (The other is Fante). So, we began nightly Twi-lessons with Emmanual! You can find what I learned here. This is one entry in the blog I attempted to write from the journal I kept while in Busua.