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New Neighborhood - the Market :)

Thought I'd post a couple of pictures of our new neighborhood! :) Here's the market in our new neighborhood (not a great picture) :) This is just around the corner from our house :)
Here are the girls riding a ride in the market :)
Our market has a special Friday Night Market - it's walking distance from my house! It's awesome!!! I'm so excited!
This isn't a great shot - but this is the view from our roof :) Pretty cool!!


Yay! What good news to love your new neighborhood! How far is it from your old one? And yay for a night market! I've never been within walking distance to one :(
Anonymous said…
That is so cool! Your new area looks awesome!!
allhisblessings said…
It sounds like you are liking your new neighborhood then, eh? Is there something different sold at the night market?
Brandy said…
fun! Hope you get settled fast and have a wonderful new home!!!
SouthAsiaRocks said…
Sharon - our new neighborhood is about 45 minutes from our old one - it's like being in another city - I'll have to blog about that later :)

Tara - The night market is a traveling market that sells super cheap stuff (jewelry, clothes, shoes, plastic stuff, dishes, etc) and lots of fun veggies & snacks!

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