Our host family cooked breakfast again this morning and we all tried a traditional coconut meal that was delicious. Today was supposed to be a relaxed day of shopping and visiting museums to wind everything up. In true Samoan style, everything changed and as we were driving to Apia to visit the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum we finally heard back from the Archbishop’s office and he was keen to meet us at 11.30. As we were all in very casual clothes it meant a quick visit to the markets first was needed. We kitted ourselves out and spent our lasting tala on gifts for back home.We then made our way to the local Cathedral built in 2014 which is an amazing structure funded by the local families. Archbishop Alapati Lui Mataeliga then greeted us in a conference room next door and thanked us for the work and service we had provided to Samoa. The students explained to him what we had achieved this trip and he was once again grateful as he acknowledged and remembered our past contributions. He then confirmed that our involvement with the two schools was vital and that Paul VI College was making good progress as they aim to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the Pope’s visit in 2020.