house hunting and the night market
first house hunting. we didn’t get off to a great start. i think possibly our realtor had some misconceptions about what we might be looking for because we’re americans. but these were small, cookie cutter houses. they felt like something you might find in any city, anywhere. sort of plain, non-descript, not what we had imagined. then she took us to see two that we liked. big enough for our family, every one can have there own bedroom – well, each of the kids can, i still have to share with bh. a nice kitchen and trees. plenty of shade from trees. i miss trees. we meet with the school on monday and will hopefully be able to come up with a time line after that.
the night market is huge. we saw just a fraction of it. i couldn’t go anymore – i think the no-sleep situation has caught up with me. but we will go back another evening this week. there is tons of stuff. lots of it is traders village-y, but we did find a few places where things seemed to be made here.
today was a nice day, tomorrow we have nothing planned until after lunch. so i can sleep in.