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Children’s Day and Cinco de Mayo

Here in Korea today it is Children’s Day. It is the one time a year where kids don’t have any classes and can just be kids. They get to do fun things like going to amusement parks or just playing with their friends. This may not sound like much but it seems to me too often here kids aren’t allowed to be kids. So it may not be much, but a day for them to let loose is better than nothing.

It also happens to be Cinco de Mayo which makes me miss home a little, mostly the Mexican food. So in honor of Children’s Day and Cinco de Mayo the plan is to go get a grill and cook some meat. I have no idea how it will turn out but I will let you know, with pictures, when it is all done.

So Happy Children’s Day!

Happy Cinco de Mayo! or should that be Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

And if you are my sister-in-law Suzanne, Happy Birthday!

More to follow this weekend….

About Eric Bynum
I taught ESL for three years in South Korea and now I am looking to set out on a new journey after just finishing my teaching certification in the US. I hope to continue teaching and traveling and you can follow his journeys here.

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