Tennis and Curry on Sunday

Today, citizens of Kofu were able to use the city sports facilities for free.  We played tennis from the noon to 2 PM. Even with no fees, we were the only ones on the courts on a winter day.

Katya started to play tennis after her arrival in Japan.  I did not expect she would be so much fond of tennis, not only playing but watching.  In spring, we are planning to go to a tennis school.

In the afternoon, we walked around a lake with Maya-san.

Maya-san dug a hole as usual.  She uses not only her fore legs but her mouth.

In the evening, I made chicken and vegetable curries.  They are supposed to have been cooked in a similar manner as that in India, except I buy grounded spices.

Katya started eating curry in Japan, too, and now it is one of her favorites.

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