Talking about how we might change our habits and move furniture to cope with it. I realised I don't need to stop taking the kids for walks, we just need to get out earlier. It normally takes me about 4 hours to get ready to go out, but for a quick prebreakfast walk I've started just strapping the baby on and finding shoes for the toddler and I. Its so nice to be out in the cool air with the sunshine and trees, hopefully we can make this a habit throughout the hottest weeks, as most of the day we'll be inside.
A breakfast of pork and rice out on our corner only cost about 75 cents, so we'll probably do that often over the next few months.
|The toy fire truck came on our walk this morning. And the toddler carried his breakfast home, he wasn't really into eating when there was so much to look at.|
|Grilled pork with rice- and egg and pickled veg and soup and iced tea|
|They say the more papers under the table the better the food at the rice eating place.|
And after hot season we will be saying goodbye to friends. The expat community is like that, lots of goodbyes esp at the end of the school year (which is around June). There are at least 2 families who we've been meeting for playdates leaving Cambodia in May. Then a few others will leave in June/July. Some leaving Cambodia, some just away for summer holiday or to have a baby.
Even though we don't teach or go to school my week is with others who do, so in June there will be lots of changes to our normal activities.