If you brave Katejia market, you will experience a true taste of Ghanaian life. You will get lost, but market dwellers are always happy to point you in the right direction. We recommend starting near the Cathedral on Roman Hill – from there you walk a little bit down the road and then duck into the market around the tomatoes and vegetables. The market is actually well organized into different sections. It’s good to see the beads, spices, Kente cloth, fabrics, metal works, and as you pass through you will certainly see the meat, fish and other local food on sale. You don’t get hassled like some of the tourist markets and won’t find tourist souvenirs, because the target market is locals doing their everyday shop.