It's bit chillier each morning, but it still reaches about 25 degrees mid day. Today I went with a restless Eddie for a morning walk in the old part of the village with it's small primitive stonehouses. Besides the busy cars and constant chasing after Eddie it was interesting to see the vivid activity at this hour. I managed to snap some photos on our way.
Along the narrow streets in this densely populated area we saw old ladies simply sitting on their verandas. A little boy at his grandparents, who the neighbours so where tenderly spoiling. A busy vietnamese maid wearing a typical conical asian hat on her way to the grocery store. Old men heading for the cafeteria for a chat with their cumpare's. One who stopped talking with us, particularly eager to share about all the houses he had built in this area in his days.
At the church yard Eddie could run freely and play with an ancient piece of a marble column. And on our way home he enjoyed chasing a bunch of hens we saw crossing the road. We also said hello to a little nervous barking mongrel who at first impression seemed so sweet. Back home we where both quite sated with all the impressions.
A breathtakingly beautiful skirt, "box-pant-in-black" by Black Crane.
This wall paper would be so funky in a city villa, by Piet Hein Eek.