Last week, my family was blessed to travel to Honduras to serve on a mission team with our church. While I’m sure I’ll share about our adventure at some point down the road, I’m still processing and not sure how to put all that we experienced into words. Instead, I’ve decided to share some of the photos I took on our trip.
From the airport, we had a 5-6 hour trip by bus and then another hour or so by truck into the small mountain village that we would call home for a week.
We stayed at the school. I loved waking up to the cool, mist filled air each morning.
Some of the scenery was beautiful.
The children were precious. We loved spending time with them.
Some days we took trucks further into the mountains.
And I couldn’t resist taking more landscape pictures, though none could do the views justice.
Every so often we’d glimpse cows or donkeys tied up alongside the road.
I love this photo of my daughter with one of the preschoolers. In Honduras, the students are required to wear government issued uniforms, even in the mountain villages. The preschoolers are exempt and show up in their own clothes. This little one was so precious and so tiny.
We flew out of Tegicigulpa, a clear contrast from the mountain views we’d gotten used to.
Have you spent time in Honduras? What part did you visit? What was most memorable to you?
This post is linked to Travel Photo Thursday with Budget Travelers Sandbox, Photo Friday with Delicious Baby and Friday Daydreamin’ with R We There Yet, Mom?
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