Katmandu living

the van de Wiel/Schou Hansen family blog

Tonight it is Halloween. I didn’t realize this until the kids of the neighbors rang the bell to get some candy. Unfortunately we didn’t have any candy so they had to leave empty-handed. We are lucky that we live on a closed street, as the rest of the neighborhood is a mess. Most people from the surrounding neighborhoods drive to here as this is where the money is and therefore also is where the best Halloween loot is (or so the belief seem to be – I think that people here are very selfish and am sure that the loot would be better in a middleclass neighborhood). So Liva, Joop and I just used almost an hour to take the drive back and forth to the supermarket – a trip that normally takes 10 minutes. The streets are filled with small monsters and witches. At the supermarket we of course bought some candy, just in case someone else will ring the bell later tonight.


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