As of September 7, 2017 we have been gone for one month. 3 countries. 5 cities. 3 airplanes. 2 trains. Innumerable taxis. Miles of walking. One. Whole. Month. Wow. It doesn’t feel like that long, yet so much has happened. Time moves so fast when everything is new and everyday you are learning the ins … More One month down
In the midst of all of our busyness and new experiences, we found out that Robert’s grandpa passed away. While it was not unexpected, it is still sad. He was such a kind man who was always loving to us. I talked with the girlies and we compiled some memories they have of their great-grandpa … More Memories
My girlies (and I) love Harry Potter so even in Asia we couldn’t let this day go by without any acknowledgement. If you are a fan, you understand the significance of the day, if not, all that really matters that we had a fun Harry Potter themed party. The Sorting: To begin our day, we … More September 1, 2017
This was our trip to Kaohsiung: We had to run for the train, because we arrived at the station just as the train was preparing to leave. Running downstairs carrying strollers is something no one should ever have to do. Robert and I stood for the 50 minute train ride. We were late to the … More Botanical gardens – Kaohsiung, Taiwan
This week, it was time for the art museum. The art museum here in Tainan is called the Chimei museum. I have artists in my brood and art museums are valuable. Also, I wanted to go, I love when I art moves me, so I am always up for a museum. When you have a … More Chimei Museum Tainan, Taiwan
As we travel, we want a little normalcy in our lives. We need days at home, doing school (or what that means to us), chores, and just relaxing. The problem with that, for me, is that if I don’t make a point of getting out I never will. It won’t matter what country we are … More Chihkan Tower Tainan, Taiwan
In Hong Kong we mostly explored the area nearest to our hotel (given that we were slammed with jet lag!), but we were daring enough to venture farther out once in a while. We just aren’t theme park people (well, Robert and I aren’t), and there was no way I was going to try (and … More Hong Kong Science Museum, et al.