Togo in Pictures



 
 
 







I believe I have said most of what there is to say about this trip in the previous post, Togo: A Hidden Gem. Togo is a recommended destination and, like any incomplete story- I am definitely returning to this beautiful nation.

Until my next post.
Ciao.

♥Lara

'Lara A

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  1. Looks like a nice time with friends.

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  2. I've passed through Togo twice and it looked plain to me.. Didn't know twas this beautiful. Never judge a book by its cover. Lol.
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    1. Togo is an hidden gem, no one thinks of visiting but always passes through. Yeah, truly never judge a book by its cover.

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  3. looks like you had fun and was that plantain I saw with Rice?

    I like the bag at the end of the post.
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  4. blessings and thank you for taking me with you.
    I have fun seeing it through you and your companion's eyes.

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  5. Travel bloggers -- the ones I envy ��
    This looks really neat
    My elder sister went to school in Togo and the first time she came back, she was soo dark
    How was the weather?

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    1. The weather was great, not too sunny...I guess that was as a result of the time of the year we visited.

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