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New Neighbours, New Cultures

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Just when I thought my life was starting to simplify, we have a whole load of new neighbours move in next door. With a whole new culture for me to learn about.

I'm going to share a few photos and things with you all as I get to know them.

Here's one of the children with a young horse.

This is 'Cigano', a young male goat. His mother was a bit shy and I didn't get a good photo of her. Maybe next time.

They know how to source waste bread, and they put it to good use.

The pigs are small and they described them as 'Chinese', but they look like Vietnamese Pot-Bellied Pigs to me.

They are very docile and the children play quite freely with them. I've even seen them riding them!

I'm just starting to get to know them and their culture, but I'll share anything I learn that they seem comfortable with people knowing.

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