Our friend Meghan arrived chipper and laden down with treasures and goodies from the U.S. She is a gem of a friend whom we met during our China Teachers experience. We have traveled extensively with her in the past and know her to be an all-around wonderful sport! She speaks pretty decent Manadarin--as evidenced by her new friend here met near Tour Hassan.
We have taken multiple tours around our neighborhood. At this point we are probably painfully repetitive, but our guests eat it up, so we tour guide gamely on.
I am always looking for new angles in which to catch the guards.
The fishermen were untangling their nets down by the river leading to the ocean.
If I could paint...
Someday this picture will make me so nostalgic.
One of the best parts of the "Neighborhood Tour" is finding charming corners sans people and even sometimes sans cats.
Perhaps these checkers players are off to pray in the mosque. I like to picture them reconvening and picking right back up.
"Bienvenue, and enjoy your jus d'orange, Meghan."