Coming off our successful ice cream outing with the 3 special need's boys, I think we were feeling pretty invincible (ie full of ourselves) and ready to take on the world. That's when somebody brought up the idea of taking the younger kiddos out for dinner and ice cream. That would be preschoolers and kindergartners.
The sweaty Americans?
We can do that!
(Are you sure we can do that?)
We decided to enlist the help of our translators and a couple of nuns and gave it a go. 9 adults, plus a 1+ mile walk, and eighteen 4-6 year olds, most of whom had never been out of the orphanage. What could go wrong?
he phở shop (phở is a very common Vietnamese noodle soup) the whole plan went off without a hitch.
PPS--If you'd looking at the photography... don't. It was dark and my ISO was astronomically high. It was a combo of tungsten and fluorescent lighting, and the walls were painted turquoise! Yes, it was a nightmare to take pics in. Yet I had to show them all to you!