Here we are now - in Seoul - at last! And what a way to go! We had so much to do back in Germany and luck clearly wasnt on our side. But we managed and now we are here, exhausted but happy!
Over the last weeks in Germany I started repainting the house to have a nice welcome when we are coming back for some time during summer. I took some things that were hidden in the basement upstairs and had some colour alterations on the wall. Not that I did not have anything else to do but as a born procrastinator I had to put something in between to not make me deal with the essential stuff...
Whe I went to see the vet for a routine vaccination I was told that George might need an operation. And so it went: He had to get rid of his manliness and stones in the bladder. Being and old guy this was not so much a surprise but it wasn't quite the right moment I thought... So we had the operation done and then I had to deal with a very stubborn Basset hound, who wanted to get rid of his after-op-swimsuit and his bandages the whole day. He made me take him to the vet every other day to change the bandages and have the stitches stapled again and again!
To top this Pauline hasn't got rid of an ear infection since January and the doctor feared the long flight might worsen her pain ... So she had an ear operation scheduled for the next day and once she was there they also corrected her lower tongue attachement... Oh my!
But both our patients recovered very well and we could proceed the day to day routing, only interrupted by a truckload full of gravel to change the garden and make it easier to maintain during our stay in Seoul.
Of course I did not have to do this myself but the dirt and the organization were on my part...
But we enjoyed a lovely coffe and cake afternoon outside with a fully recovered daughter and dog and some guest who said farewell to our family.
On Tuesday we finally headed towards Hamburg to catch the flight to Frankfurt and then Seoul.
We had some delay but reached Seoul a day later.
And there is so much to see and explore now. I will take you with me on this trip. I will show you some pictures of our new environment this evening.
Take care and enjoy your week end!