A kiss before starting anything is always good.
The kids, of course, were all over the pieces, because they're just into the whole temporary tattoo thing, so I let them choose a few. They had the sweetest designs -- adorable little characters and animals -- in lovely, soft shades and intricate, henna-like patterns.
There's Ro admiring Tammy's handiwork, and Becky looking pleased as pie. Tammy was so thoughtful as to give us the tattoos we'd chosen earlier too!
It is apparently a ferocious little thing.
Ro listening to information on island ecologies.
Heading into the photography gallery.
Expatriate children with their amah.
What having two wives looks like.
That's a life-size cutout he's posing with.
Aren't they pretty -- the lady on the left especially exemplifies the look of the roaring 20s.
Detail of above. I have no idea what is going on.
The elaborate costumes of the wayang.
Fantastic embroidery work.
Those were simpler times back then.
Escalators at the train station. The things man can build...