We woke up and had some breakfast and then got ourselves ready.
We walked down to Kim’s office where Kim planned to setup a camera to capture a timelapse of the Emancipation Day march.
Unfortunately, nothing seemed to happen for a while, which was odd, so we walked down to where it was meant to start to see what was happening.
There was a large group gathered with live music playing and some speaches. We hung out here for about 1 hour until the march started.
We then followed the march for a while, just a little bit back, but then it started to bunch up quite a bit and we were uncomfortable with this (we were distanced and wearing masks, but it got a little close). The march was very well done and moving, for sure. We were very happy to have attended.
We then left the march and grabbed a coffee.
We walked back home and relaxed for a bit.
Kim then went out to some shops to return some times and was even able to find some new clothes and shoes!
When Kim got back, we went out to the supermarket to get our shop done.
We came back home and had our leftover Korean chicken for dinner.
We then watched the film Disclosure which is about Trans representation in the media. It was very interesting and informative.
We then played some mini golf and watched a bit more TV.
Mr & Mrs Hale