My foray into expat life in Cambodia (and back), one glorious haphazard step at a time
It looks like a nice place to get away and relax (the cat seems to be enjoying it).
I loved it there. Too bad the getting there can be frustrating.
Gorgeous photos, Jocy
Jocy, your photos are wonderful! This looks like a beautiful place. Also, I have to thank you so much for your amazingly thoughtful comments, both on my blog and on the Equals Record. Your words truly touched me - I'm so happy to have you as a reader. Thank you! (Oh, and in regards to your question about the oyako-don recipe - I mentioned this in the comments section of my blog, but I actually didn't write the recipe down. So silly of me! My mom sent me a YouTube video today, however, of a Japanese cooking show in which a poodle dictates the instructions. I realize this sounds crazy, but she said it's a totally legit recipe! :) Enjoy...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMJY29QMewQ
Thanks, Shoko. Your posts have been a good reminder for me. Sometimes things get muddled and you forget the basics of life.
I'm talking about myself ... if that wasn't clear.
wow, what a lovely place! to echo the first commentor, it really does look like a great place to get away and relax!
Welcome back, Jennifer!
I love walking round places like this, even if you sometimes get the hard-sell in the spice shop at the end (judging by the manner of that cat, it's not this one!):)
No hard sell at this place. Thank goodness.