We spent most of the day at this tournament. It was for ages 6-16 with six schools participating. Jensen and Pruitt, two of our grandsons played. Neither of their teams made it past the qualifying rounds. They were still excited to receive a participation medallion as well as a book bag with goodies in it: cap, tee-shirt, pen, scarf, etc
After a 2 hour visit in this home the office helper and her daughter went with us out to the street where we hailed a CNG for our trip home. This is very typical of the Bengali hospitality. They don’t just say good-bye at the door, but walk you to the elevator, street etc. to make sure your on the way. They feel it is their duty as your hosts. The Bengali people are very hospitable people. They were very appreciative that we came to visit in their home and enjoy a meal.
In this photos you see the community where we were invited to have a meal. It was a tasty meal consisting of beef or mutton curry, potatoes, rice, grapes and 7-up. It was a very tasty meal and they were so glad we visited. It was the home of the helper at Dustin’s office.