8 Things we did in the house Summer & Autumn in 2017 2017.10.29
Our house is, in fact, relatively smaller compared to other Oakhouse sharehouses. Some share houses are big enough to accommodate more than 100 people. It looks more like a college campus. The good thing about bigger share houses is they usually have better facilities.
The "size" of a sharehouse is one of the good indicators of how strong the community is in the sharehouse. I think smaller houses have stronger communities because you get to know everyone in the house. In bigger houses, on the other hand, it's hard to know who is living and who is just visiting.
Below are the photos and short movies of what we did in Summer and Autumn of 2017.
and more eating (BBQ)
Nagashi Somen (Water slider of noodle)
and... blowing bubbles!
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