Finally have a new home! A home, home! Not a small studio apartment where I literally eat, sleep,and get washed up in within feet of each other, but a 3 bedroom apartment with a proper kitchen, living room, washing room, and even a porch just big enough for two chairs to lounge in and drink coffee (or english tea! :) ).
Having a roommate is kinda nice, always someone to talk to instead of talking to yourself and have a feel more like a home since we are able to cook dinners, have friends over, and lounge around. Vicky my director has been awesome too at making sure its a home Liz and I enjoy as she bought us comforters, bright colored warm blankets, even pots, pans, dishsoap-- basically the whole bit, though I'd love to post a pic of the "sofa" she got us, as Liz is right in looking like something that one might find in a doctors lounge. Not too comfy, but actually the extra comforter and a few extra pillows we have are working as an okay place to lounge and watch movies or hang out.
Lately we've been having more people over since we can, watching movies, having girl talk. I'm finding I enjoy doing that just as much if not better then always having to get outside downtown and hang out with what usually turns into an obnoxious, loud, and sometimes embarassing group of people. Had a small party at the house Friday, thought it would be lame but ended up crowded and with a consensus that this would now be an amazing spot to chill!
Wednesday us girls attempted going to the green tea museum down south, however about 30 minutes in to the trip on the bus I realized the lady at the bus terminal had put us on the wrong bus. We thought we had found a gem by stopping at the trick art museum. Although we took a few pictures, nothing too exciting or worthwhile. Think we were on the bus for longer than actually at the museum!! We did learn to rock climb, suspend in air, and even turned into a giant!
|Jeff, Bill, and Bill's older sister|
|view from top of Sarabong|
|Near Iho beach.. can u believe its like this in February??|
Saturday I went to ultimate frisbee for the first time. decided that if I'm going to be in the tournament I better shape up, get used to throwing a frisbee (since many know I am awful at throwing a frisbee) and sprinting up and down the field. Though I had my doubts I would hate the sport, I actually can say I love it and probably found something new to do every Saturday morning!
As I sit here today, I'm excited to get to finally hike Sanbasan, see Yungmori, and possibly also Sangakson. Should be a great day filled of sunshine, laughter, and beautiful moments on the beautiful southside! Can't wait for the experiences that follow for today and to post some pics!! :)