Saturday, May 30, 2015

Good food, good friends, good sights!

Friends of Lonnie's told us going to an auction house would a neat experience,  so yesterday afternoon we thought we'd check it out. We walked in and felt a bit out of place - most people were dressed to nines but it was a unique experience. At one point we even saw a Renior sold for about 67k euros. There were many different rooms with assorted collectibles  up for auction, from period clothes to furniture to comic books.
Auction house action 

Earlier in the day, Kev and I walked around the neighborhood and checked out the local shops and purchased this nice spread for lunch. 

Later we met up with Lonnie and had drinks and dinner with some of his friends. 
Drinks and foie gras with one of Lonnie's fellow professors

Vietnamese dinner

This morning I got out a bit earlier, rented a bike and found a market to sample and did a bit of exploring. 
Teaching kids about cheese making at a market 

Came across this artist doing his craft 

1 comment:

  1. Greetings to the people of Kenya! Always admired your country! So many beautiful places you have not spoiled by modern civilization, and how many different tribes and strong people. I read the news article on the five most fearless and strongest tribes in Kenya , very much. Great country!!!