· For the final time, I climbed into a TroTro with my fellow interns awaiting our bumpy journey for Impact Project at a local village. As a continuation of the project last month, we all worked together to finish the foundation for the villages community center. This time was slightly different from the start. As we piled out of our TroTros the heads of the village, founding Chief, and current Chief sat in a line awaiting for us all to appear. Isaac (our project coordinator) said some introductions to the villagers and then the Chief announced that he would like to teach us a traditional way to greet Chief’s. Since the founding Chief of the village was there just for us (which was very rare), we complied. We all lined up and walked past each of the head villagers and Chief’s and shook their hands thanking them for allowing us into their village. Then they did the same in return, and shook all of our hands to thank us for our service to them. Once the introduction was done we began our work. It was the same as last month, just two hours of carrying buckets of dirt on our heads and dumping them onto the centers foundation. Once we had gotten a decent work out in, the villagers had yet another surprise for us. They had collected coconuts to give to use as refreshments. We all lined up again one by one and received a freshly cut coconut to drink the milk out of. Once finished, they cracked the coconut open for us to eat its flesh. It was just the perfect treat to replenish all the energy we relinquished with our hard work. Once we all finished our treat, we said our final goodbyes and climbed back into the TroTro. With this also being my last day in Cape Coast, I had to say my final goodbyes to the interns who have become some of my very close friends. Theactrice and Shelby climbed out of the TroTro with me to give me a final hug and bid me goodbye, then I was off to spend my final days here, at my home in Asikuma. It was such a sad goodbye, but I am so glad to have met everyone of them.