Tuesday was Western Day. Most of the kids dressed up as cowboys and cowgirls. The little kids were so proud of their outfits and ran around pointing out that they were cowboys and cowgirls.
Wednesday was Asian Day. Many students and teachers dressed up in Asian clothes. I saw outfits from India, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Cambodia, to name a few. The little girls in their hanboks were the most precious! I wanted to bring them home with me.
|Yakisoba noodle at the food fair.|
On Thai Day, there were free Thai food and drinks made by the older students, and Thai dancing and singing. During lunchtime, my husband and I went from booth to booth to sample all the foods. We didn't even have to buy lunch! It was a wonderful way to see all the teachers and staff that we don't normally see and socialize with everyone.
|Making of the yummy green papaya salad.|
Tomorrow, we're off to Koh Chang for six days. We are very excited to go on our first real vacation since getting here in July. I will see you back here in about a week!