Day 51 : Xipu (pronounced, "she poo"). And it always makes me laugh.

Judah and I went to Xipu for the evening. This was one of my favorite places when we lived closer but have only been back a few times. So we went, to say goodbye.

This is our evening, in order of appearance. 

 Train ride in.

Train ride in.

 This place holds meaning only because I specifically remember Sarah Cole waiting here for my family. 

This place holds meaning only because I specifically remember Sarah Cole waiting here for my family. 

 This corner used to have my favorite street food and Travis Miller and I shared some spicy fish, sitting on low tables to the right. Now they're gone.

This corner used to have my favorite street food and Travis Miller and I shared some spicy fish, sitting on low tables to the right. Now they're gone.

 Josey loves these kind of pictures, so I take them, but she's better at it.

Josey loves these kind of pictures, so I take them, but she's better at it.

 The smell of roasted peanuts . . . my favorite.

The smell of roasted peanuts . . . my favorite.

 Dinner.

Dinner.

 So good.

So good.

 On our way back home.

On our way back home.

Goodbye Xipu.

 

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