A flock of jubilant young girls skipped along the road past us giving each other bunny ears and yelling “Hello!!”
The next stop was creeeepy: a mushroom blooming farm! Rows upon rows of bags filled with spores and dirt hung from the rafters, and cats-ear ‘shrooms stretched their hairy curves out of holes poked in the plastic. Really, really weird-looking!
As we rattled down the road we passed yards of dark-looking patches. “Coffee, drying in the sun,” Lulu explained, stopping to break a bean open. Yum yum.
I’ve got two hundred and ten more photos, people, so stay tuned.
The author, Lillie Marshall, is 6-foot-tall National Board Certified Teacher of English, fitness fan, and mother of two who has been a public school educator since 2003. She launched Around the World “L” Travel and Life Blog in 2009, and over 3.7 million readers have now visited this site. Lillie also runs TeachingTraveling.com and DrawingsOf.com. Subscribe to her monthly newsletter, and follow @WorldLillie on social media!