Normally on these mission trips the last day is reserved for a “down day”. Meaning a day of rest and bringing one down from the service “high” that occurs while going on one of these trips. Its meant to help you start the re-acclimation process for when you return home. However, Haiti’s presidential elections were taking place during our trip and it has historically been a violent time. So our schedule was altered and we headed to our down time a mere 32 hours after we arrived. Here are quite a few pictures of our time at Wahoo Bay Resort.
Our view behind us, evoking the “Lava Song”.
Michael Two Two.
Like the goat, can you find the crab?
Paula and Patty!
Glass bottom kayak and we never tipped over. Thank you Michael for not wearing your Speedo.
How serious were they about the elections? UN and armed military everywhere. They are not messing around.
Just some traffic in the market. Not Kroger’s parking lot.
Double rainbow to wrap up the day!
And probably one of my best shots of the moon I have ever gotten. Now I need a telephoto lens……