I was going for pan-Asian boho chic but then Uncle Richard showed up with a bunch of stuff from East Africa.
I’ve gotten used to being attacked by small fish but today I had a run in with something much larger and meaner
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.