On Sunday, we took the boys to the Science Museum. Once again, they bitched and moaned about leaving the house and then had a fantastic time. And I thoroughly enjoyed that it cost the 4 of us less than $10US TOTAL to go to the museum.
To top the weekend off, Doug and I enjoyed our first evening out without kids on Sunday night. Po Chung, the founder of DHL and the sponsor of the General Education Fulbright program, invited all of the GenEd Fulbrighters and their spouses on his private yacht. He took us over to Lamma Island (definitely a place to return – great seafood, no cars and supposedly great beaches) for a casual dinner. We sailed out of Aberdeen Harbor, and let me tell you – there is definitely some money there. I could not believe the size of the yachts in this harbor – and the great quantity of these humungous boats going in and out on a Sunday night. There were a few issues with the boys and the babysitter, but thanks to some Pizza Hut and a movie, they all survived to live another day. Doug and I are already eagerly planning future nights out – I think we’ll be keeping Pizza Hut in business over the next few months.