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    On the road to Agbodrafo

    by georeiser Written Nov 9, 2010

    Fondest memory: The trip to Agbodrafo from Lomè takes 1-2 hours, and the fare was 1000 CFA (1,5 USD). The road pass along the coast shore of Togo, and you will see the big harbour, many beaches and former resorts, many villages, and jungle/bushland. Even a small snake was seen on the roadside in one of the stops close to Agbodrafo.

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    The family in Agbodrafo

    by georeiser Updated Nov 9, 2010

    Fondest memory: A family was sitting outside their house and prepared a dinner when I walked by their house. I was invited inside to see a newborn baby.

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    The school in Agbodrafo

    by georeiser Written Nov 9, 2010

    Fondest memory: The school in Agbodrafo is located close to the sea. A lot of children came running towards the white man (me).

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    Mango trees in Agbodrafo

    by georeiser Written Nov 9, 2010

    Fondest memory: Mango trees grows in the garden to the inhabitants of Agbodrafao, and fresh and sweet mangos are easy to find. But you should ask before you pick one, since the people are very poor.

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    Curious Schoolkids!

    by lemondrop Written Feb 21, 2009

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    Favorite thing: You will be a hit with the kids in the area. They love to see their photos on your digital camera. To really make them go nuts, show them a live action video clip of the entire group.

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