Now that I’m home I have quicker internet and a bit more time to upload pictures. Here is a (rather large) post of pictures from the day trip we took last Monday to Kpalime a bit up country. The pictures are a bit out of order, but I’ve tried to put them in groups with headings so that it’s a little more clear!
Pictures along the road coming and going from Kpalime. Some are actually in Lomé, even in our neighborhood, but they were all taken along this trip:
We drove up a mountain and saw a pretty waterfall:
We made a stop by the hospital/clinic where our friend Brenda works and I snapped a few quick photos:
What would a trip be without a visit by the market? Below are my (many) images from our market trip:
I asked to take some pictures with Daniel and Victoire’s family before I left. We had fun taking pictures together and I enjoyed taking more pictures of the kids afterwards. I may have gotten a little carried away with the portrait setting on my phone, but I got some great pictures of the boys! 🙂
These photos aren’t in a perfect order, but here are photos from Children’s Club on July 21st. Using some of the skills and activities we covered in team training the day before, they had some more engaging activities, including a game.
Last week Lynn and I led a training with the Togo House volunteer team of youth. We talked about general leadership skills and tips for leading children. We had a fun time and got to practice some of the activities we learned. (Sorry if the photos are a bit out of order) We used the story of Zaccheaus to model how to do different activities with children. Everyone had a great time! It was also fun to incorporate my education background into what I’m doing here.