This man owned a pottery shop in the sand by the ocean. He spoke English pretty well and we often stopped and talked with him. We gave him some church literature and some Friend magazines for his 2 little boys.
This beautiful sister was engaged before we came to Pointe Noire and she and her fiance were still working to save money to pay the dote so that they could marry. She moved from a nicer home to this wooden house which had more room outside so that she could dry fish to sell.
One day when we went with the missionaries to visit a woman, these little boys were playing with their stuffed animals at a home next to hers. They were playing so cute, then when I asked their father if I could take their photo, they weren't so happy about it!
We passed this gorilla (the only one we saw in Africa) almost daily, on the way to Faun Chi Chi. He was guarding the plants that were for sale.
This little store was never open when we had time to go in, but it had displays of American holidays and we always wondered if it might be an American who managed it.
This building was in the same parcel as the well the church paid to drill, but we didn't know what it was until the week we left. Elder Bybee was with us so we were able to talk to a family that was under a tree by it and they lived there and took care of homeless children. It was supported by the Catholic Church. There is a garden to the right of the building.
A sea urchin on the beach the last day we walked there.