The arts centre had some higher-end goods for sale. It was a rather large market, but there weren’t very many customers, so the vendors were very attentive. This area was probably the highest pressure sales that we’ve encountered.
As we were getting loaded into the vans, a man came trying to sell us some kalabash clackers (Ghanaian fidget spinners!). He had some amazing two handed moves, so we stopped to watch him. Kathy recognized the man from the 2001 Baobab trip. He was even featured in the Footsteps to Ghana documentary singing the alphabet song! Wow!