With Uncle Richard leading the charge we descended on Chatuchak weekend market looking for snacks and home goods.
If there is one food I just really like it is noodles. Bangkok has some of the best noodle dishes in the world. And that’s a fact.
There are lots of things to do in Manila but this post is all about eating food, making friends and going to the bank.
It’s been a good news-bad news kind of week. Although, I think most weeks in life are like that.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a new blog but that’s because I have been biiiiizzzy! Busy finding lots of good options to decorate our new place!
It looks like a cooking hiatus is in store for us here in BKK. This kitchen is just too tiny! Luckily, I don’t think we’ll starve.
Well kids, it’s 3 am and I’m awake for the third night in a row at this ungodly hour. I basically can’t be held accountable for anything I say or do from this point forward.
I’ve lived my life losing games to my father but now I’ve hit on a new strategy. Training up the younger generation to take him down.
When you’re getting ready to move half way around the world, more than one thing can land you “in a pickle.”