Tuesday, January 24, 2012


We had a typical Canadian Christmas.
This year I got two Mennonite summer sausages, so that was extra special!
Santa embedded presents deep behind the tree, which a small elf had to extract.
Traditional Christmas alpaca finger puppets.Traditional Christmas Burmese lacquerware.
We listened to traditional Christmas music.And contributed to important Christmas skills like eating with chopsticks.
Here are some of our traditional Christmas treats. Do you prefer tomato chocolate, above, or miso-ramen chocolate, below?A traditional Japanese Mexican meal of taco rice is best followed by sweet potato Kit Kat.
Or perhaps Crunky Ball. I think you can't go wrong with Crunky Ball, really.
Then, as per the tradition, jet lag and the cold caught up with us as shown.
Luckily, Santa made us some turkey soup to heat up at our hotel.