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Anatomy of a Small Kitchen
Image by merrick_monroe
This is what I look at, every day, when I turn my head 90 degrees to the left (unless Makal’s at his desk . Outside the window is white not because of the bright light (it’s a dull rainy day here) but because I have a lovely view of a building wall, about 20 feet from our apartment. Hence all the pretties in the window. All in all, our kitchen is ~80 feet square.
The size of this kitchen was an issue as first, as Makal and I both came with complete sets of kitchen wares. We’ve pared down a bit over the years, but still have a lot. It’d be super to buy foods in bulk, but there’s only one cabinet dedicated to storing food; the rest house small appliances, dinnerware, and cookware.
I took this picture around 11a. I use this window to tell time; every day at 4p (assuming the skies are clear) it fills with warm afternoon sun. Before Daylight Savings Time, it was 3p, and at the peak of summer it’s 5p. So yeah, this is what the window looks like *without* pretty light. ;D
Christmas Tree Hunt
Image by Derek & Sarah Grant
We drove 20 minutes to a town called Kopeng in search of the perfect tree.
When we saw this tree, which looked like a giant bonsai tree, we had to get
Here’s some pictures of the event.
Bargaining for the "right" price for our tree, while checking out some
Ever been harassed to by oranges and mangoes while shopping for a tree?
Well, in Indonesia if a white person walks by, this is what happens. It
started with one lady, and turned into 6!
I’m trying for the 10th time to tell them I have some at home and don’t need
In the end, they won. We just couldn’t take the constant begging anymore and
We bought 6 oranges and a mango.
Here’s our tree! Isn’t he great?
Transplanting him to a pot to take home
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