|Chicken, Banku, and Pepper Sauce|
After dinner, the live band started playing some Ghanaian music and people started to dance. Amanda and I really didn't want to dance, but after enough encouragement from Justice, we decided to give it a go. Ghanaians don't particularly do much of the dirty dancing that is found in most bars in the United States; they generally hold hands and step left to right and the guys love to spin (twirl) the girls. Amanda and I decided to try and introduce the Ghanains to some classic American moves such as the Sprinker, Shopping Cart, and Lawn Mower. The Ghanians around us loved it and it was fun. After an hour or so of dancing, we were quite tired and Justice took us home.