Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Tales of People Hanging Out

I have been receiving many, many, many questions about what I am doing currently, and when I will be leaving Kuching to Perth. For those of you who do read my blog, I hope I can clarify my situation here and save myself some breath of telling the same stories again and again. I know people are just showing concerns and that they do care about my well-being and such, but having so many people asking about my situation, what I am doing, etc etc and what is worse, the same people asking me over and over again, even when I have explained a few times, well, it got a little annoying. Sorry if I have shown any discomfort, I know the intention was good, I just have to learn to be more patient.

I have currently completed my professional practicum, which I started 3 months back (I was required to complete a 12 weeks pro prac) and the progress so far, I have submitted my report to the university, and waiting for their approval. Until the school of engineering passed my report, and the administration department of the uni cleared my degree, I could do nothing but just wait. I seriously have no idea how long the process will take, I can just send in as many emails as I can to rush the people on the other side, or make some reminder calls (ouch ouch, expensive calling to Australia) but still, I know that everything is in progress, and this waiting game is very, very painful. I want my degree soonest possible, and there is NONE I can do now, but... sigh... wait.

People asked me again and again, and I told them again and again, I am still waiting.

What are my plans after that?

Fight my way back to Perth, by hook or by crook, and start a career life there.

Anyway, setting those heavy talking aside, I had plenty of fun tonight. After a whole day of running around settling some very boring and time-consuming errands, I was rather tired physically by the evening. It was Monday night, I looked forward for a relaxing session out from home, and off I went to Coffee Bean hanging out with some very, very cool people !!

A single and available guy....

Another innocent and sweet single and available guy, intruding into the photo frame of a happy couple and camwhore with them..

A girl and a boy in a beautiful relationship...

A happily married husband and wife...

I had plenty of laughter, and great fun talking about buffy-angel-spike-charmed-cole topics with Ann while the rest looked at us like we were going crazy. Allen was forever busy playing with his external flash attached to his Canon 350D, flashing every now and then that more than once Ann almost turned into a Lioness and chew his head off. Poor Frankie did not have his Nikon with him, well, that did not stop him from performing quality photography !! Armed with a handphone with a built in cam, he snapped his way through the evening, and got some pretty good shots, including a very, very sexy shot of me with my new hair style.

Wanna see my very, very sexy shot in my new hair style? Go to Frank's blog.

While I was happily toying with my own camera, I accidentally caught one of the flashes fired by Allen's cam.

Ok, I better stop here before Luxferi comes to me and turn into a Lioness to chew my head off.

Stay tuned folks, something huge will be happening in Kuching blogosphere.

Monday, January 29, 2007

The Ugliest Looking Sarawak Laksa

Everybody in Sarawak, and generally anywhere else in Malaysia loves laksa. Sarawak Laksa is particularly special, it has its own uniqueness and that makes it one of its kind, distinguishing itself from normal curry laksa or other varieties such as Penang Laksa. People who have been away for some time would definitely miss this local delicacy dearly, but somehow the case is not entirely true for me. I think laksa is a great dish, but it is not something that I would be obsessesively crazy about. I have been away, I did miss laksa, but thanks to Sarah, she cooked laksa for us poor Kuching kids from time to time.

For the past few weeks, unintentionally I have been having laksa for more often than I could hope for. All thanks to Fred, who can have laksa for every single meal of the day, and practically the same everyday after that, we almost had our own little laksa rally, which turned out half-successful (because we did not visit all the popular spots).

If you ask me what my preferences are for the laksa that I really like, I would say the first thing, No Taugeh please... (Bean sprouts). No, I do not dislike taugeh, but somehow I feel it is unsuitable and the whole beautiful taste of laksa would be ruined by the presence of taugeh !! Secondly, I would prefer thicker gravy, with heavy flavouring. Since the noodles used for laksa (usually mee hoon/rice vermicilli) are usually tasteless, I would expect the gravy to be more outstanding in taste. And of course, I prefer thicker and larger sized (diameter) noodles, to absorb the gravy well, and yet still remain solid and "noodle-like".

The thing I hate most about horrible laksa: Thin, soggy noodles overly soaked with tasteless thin gravy and filled with not so fresh looking taugeh.

Urrrrghhh !!!!!

No, to me the prawn is not the main attraction. Heck, it is hard to find really fresh prawns with laksa too. What makes the laksa delicious is not the prawn anyway !!

Throughout the laksa adventures... most of the laksa served came out looking quite temptingly scrumptious !!!

Except for.... this one

THE UGLIEST LOOKING LAKSA !!! Now who says appearance matters? Obviously not for the person who served this one.

And guess what, Fred was eating it (and cam-whored with it too) on his first night of return to Kuching.

Sweeeeeet !!

Side note: Kenny Sia did an entry on the best food in Kuching lately. Unfortunately, I have to say I disagree with many of the claims he made. Well, people will come to me and say, everyone has different tastes and preferences, right? If that is so, why anyone would put up what he would prefer and like best in the first place? Huh ?? Huh ??

Sunday, January 28, 2007

More Stroking Balls !!

In the heat of Australian Open, I have been making myself busy for the past weeks picking up the much covered with dust racket and hit my way around the humble courts in Kuching with some of my friends. Most of my friends who do play tennis are scattered all around the world now, and I have not played much of tennis since I have returned from Perth. To me, tennis has become more than just an ordinary sport, I have somehow found the weird connection that I never thought would be probable: most of the people I play tennis with are the best of my friends. This has been proven true since high school days till now.

Well, playing tennis in Kuching is not all pleasant at all.. constant heavy rain at this time of year, and when it is not raining there would be blistering sun burning our skin as we move our asses around the court chasing balls aimlessly. Seriously, the humidity in the tropical air does not help at all.

Sequence of a Tennis Serve - Chun Chow

In the Contact with the Mid-air ball

High Toss and Serve - Fred

Pardon my grainy photos. They were taken with ISO 400, which was a bad idea.

It has been proven true that people who play tennis will continue on playing as the age progresses.. and the most common sports for uncles uncles in their later years are none other than tennis and oh well the boring-game-you-call-golf. screw golf Tennis is also regarded as one of the most pleasant and popular social bench, connecting people from different walks of life on court.

The reason why I hate football and basketball so much, is plain simple. I do not like the idea of sharing my ass with so many other asses on my side of the court, with most of the time playing with unfamiliar faces. I just want to stay in control on my side of the game. Knock me down if you will for my scoffing on the teamwork values in sports, I just do not see myself much of a team player. There is just too much aggression and rough play involved in sports involving so many people, chasing one ball pointlessly. Tennis on the other hand, is much graceful, and more peaceful in nature. (golf is just too boring)

The first few times I started to pick up my racket again, things happened....

Once, only 30 minutes into the game, Chun Chow broke his racket strings...

The other time, 2 out of 4 very old balls we used on court were BUSTED. Yeah, they kinda exploded into shreds opened up.

Using and old grip... I have got..


When Fred returned for 2 weeks holiday, he brought back balls (tennis balls of course), I have my grips replaced, and Chun Chow got his rackets restrung. All was good, we had plenty of fun stroking balls, and we even travelled all the way to Damai Beach and played Tennis there. Call us insane, but it was in the crazy times that we truly enjoyed ourselves.

Good things do come to and end, and they that usually happened quickly. Now that everyone has left Kuching, but me, I do feel that itch to stroke some balls again. Oh well, it is not a common thing in Kuching, and as disappointing as this may sound, tennis seems to be a rather unpopular sport locally. The more reason I should go back to Perth as soon as possible.

10 Reasons why you should play tennis

10) Once you started, you will continue playing for a long, long time. The passion is hard to die off.

9) Good physical exercise, involves plenty of running, rolling, skidding and chasing.

8) Good mental exercise, yes, you actually do have to strategize your game.

7) One of your arms will end up much bigger and muscular than the other one.

6) You get plenty of direct exposure to the harmful sun, perfect place to get yourself a skin cancer.

5) Tennis is class.

4) Tennis is fun. It is a game, and if you get frustrated somehow, you can slam your racket on the floor and try to break it to release your anger.

3) Girls should play tennis. You will transform yourself into Sharapova.

2) But be warned, ladies who play too much tennis, will end up like...

Serena Williams

Amelie Mauresmo

1) You can find sweet, innocent, awesome and great people like me playing tennis on court.

Tennis anyone?

Friday, January 26, 2007

Who The Hell Does Karma Think He Is??

This is a blog plug: extracted from http://jaimewolf.diaryland.com

Call me a control freak, but I really like to think that circumstances are within my control.

That's why I hate karma so much; I hate how no matter what you do, you cannot escape whatever karma tosses at you.

Like who the hell does karma think he is anyway?

Nothing but some obscure Buddhist theory. If Buddha had his way, everyone would be sitting around in lotus positions everyday, doing nothing but sleeping and pretending to meditate.

Well, it is a good thing that I DON'T believe in Karma. What goes up must come down. Right, errmm.. is that not, gravity? Kudos Newton.

How a Picture Can Tell

Take a deeeeep look into the photograph below...

And in that photo alone, you can tell that...

1) It was 3.03 in the morning..

2) The light was off, I was already on my bed, trying very hard to get some sleep.

3) I was playing music on M:robe, hoping to clear off my mind.

4) Obviously that was not working, and I was not feeling sleepy at all. The battery life indicator was one bar short, I have used the player since it was fully charged, suggesting many hours of heavy continuous playback.

5) I was listening to Jars of Clay - Rose Colored Stained Glass Window. In serious need of moral uplifting.

6) As the photo suggests, I got out of bed, while it was still dark, I took out my camera, and took a shot of that picture above.

7) Yes, even in sleeping hours I can still find my hands on my camera and work my way with it.

8) Note that the M:robe was resting on my laptop keyboards (the photo was flipped vertically), hence I powered my laptop on right after that.

9) Lastly, I logged on the internet, and blogged this entry.

It is amazing how much you can tell with just one photograph, is it not?

There can be just so many thoughts crossing my mind before I sleep these nights, that I actually find it rather difficult to sleep at all. It takes quite a bit for me to doze off, and when I finally do get my mind to rest, somehow my body refuses to wake up at all. When the sunlight comes in, and the morning greets me, I just wish the night was longer, and I could just sleep on further more. Because, in my sleep, I am peaceful. In my sleep, there are no worries.

Heavier notes aside, I find it amusing that I actually got out of bed to toy around with my camera, even when the light was out and blogged about this.

Give me a break, I know I am still sane. I just have to fight my way out to look sane.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

PIzza oh Pizza

I know it has never been a fair comparison in whichever reference in Malaysia made with Australia, but I do feel like I have to say something about the pizzas at Pizza Hut, Malaysia. I have often mentioned how I find Pizza Hut rather unattractive, and of course, not worth the money at all. Pizzas in Malaysia are not cheap, and they certainly are not better than those you would expect from other places.

The weird thing is, some people refuse to believe my statement on how Malaysian Pizzas suck. Especially in East Malaysia, where we do not have other competitors like Domino, Pizza Hut basically dominated the local commercial pizza scene. Now please note that I have nothing against Pizza Hut, I still go there from time to time. What I do want to say is: there are many things that can, and should be improved. The operative phrase being "many things".

There are only so many words that I can use to prove my point, so let the pictures do the speaking themselves.

I need not label which is which, and you will surely be smart enough to discover which one of the couples is from Pizza Hut, Kuching, and the other one, an ordinary pizza from a local eatery in Perth.

Pizza A

Pizza B

Now lets take a closer look on a slice of each pizzas....

Pizza A

ONE small chunk of pineaple, few tiny shreds of chicken, and paper thin layer of cheese spread on top of the rigidly thick bread-crust. How appetizing.

Pizza B

Oooooooooh... count the pepperonis... look at the toppings dropping off everywhere.. and the cheese.. ohh

Now if you are so blatantly blind to not see the difference, you are beyond hope of salvation.

Again, this is an unfair comparison, yes, but still, my point remains, there are plenty to improve on. I am no Pizza expert, but you do not have to be one to tell how bad Pizza Hut is getting. Furthermore, the ever expensive pricing + 5% Gov tax and 10% service charge.... are just plain ridiculous.

And of course, you can always tell if the Pizza is enjoyable.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

70 f**king questions

Another meme, tagged by Boon Kim.... This is a super long one, so I answered every question as brief as I can.

I have no idea why everyone tagged me with meme so suddenly... shall resume normal blogging once I cleared them off.

Since this one is so long, lets keep it boxed in, shall we?

1) Are your parents married or divorced?
You mean, are my parents STILL married? Yes

2) Are you a vegetarian?

3) Do you believe in Heaven?
I believe in hell too.

4) Have you ever come close to dying?
Close to suicide, yes, but that was a long time ago.

5) What jewellery do you wear 24/7?
My dangerously sexy eyes, my cheekily dazzling smile and my gorgeous charm. *Coughs..

6) Favourite time of day?
Sleeping time, when no worries kick in.

7) Do you eat the stems of broccoli?
Does not matter.

8) Do you wear makeup?
I am pretty enough.

9) Ever have plastic surgery?
Like I said, I am pretty enough.

10) Do you colour your hair?
Natural beauty is the best.

11) What do you wear to bed?
nothing hmmmm....

12) Have you ever done anything illegal?
I am so innocent and sweet.

13) Can you roll your tongue?
If I can't, so what?

14) Do you tweeze your eyebrows?
Now why would I do that?

15) What kind of sneakers?
Like it matters?

16) Do you believe in abortions?
I choose life.

17) What is your hair color?

18) Future child’s name?
Not looking that far ahead

19) Do you snore?
How would I know?

20) If you could go anywhere in the world where would it be?
I would love to see the Aurora Baeroulis.

21) Do you sleep with stuffed animals?
Hmm... maybe I should.

22) If you won the lottery, what would you do first?
I would go to KFC and eat sinfully.

23) Gold or silver?
None. I am not a shiny kind of person.

24) Hamburger or hot dog?
Neither. Subway anytime.

25) If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Broadway Pizza - Meat Lovers...

26) City, beach or country?
So definitely beach.

27) What was the last thing you touched?
Something delicious.

28) Where did you eat last?
Dining room?

29) When’s the last time you cried?
Not too long ago...

30) Do you read blogs?
If I don't, where do you think I got this?

31) Would you ever go out dressed like the opposite sex?
I do not have gender crisis, no thanks.

32) Ever been involved with the police?
I am sweet and innocent.

33) What’s your favourite shampoo conditioner and soap?
Anything fruity and creamy would do.

34) Do you talk in your sleep?
Even if I do, I would never know.

35) Ocean or pool?
Why not a little bit of both?

36) So, who has the original missing questions? #36, 37, 61, and 62.

37) Who would you take on a ménage à trois for a dirty weekend?
A what?

38) Window seat or aisle?
I like to look to the sky.

39) Ever met anyone famous?

40) Do you feel that you’ve had a truly successful life?
I would prefer to have a happy life.

41) Do you twirl your spaghetti or cut it?
twirl and cut.

42) Ricki Lake or Oprah Winfrey?
Huh? Apa itu?

43) Basketball or Football?
Both SUCKS !!!! Tennis rocks.

44) How long do your showers last?
Depends. From 5 minutes to 30 minutes.

45) Automatic or do you drive a stick?

46) Cake or ice cream?
Cake when I am hungry, ice-cream when I am full.

47) Are you self-conscious?

48) Have you ever drank so much you threw up?
I am sweet and innocent.

49) Have you ever given money to a beggar?

50) Have you been in love?
Who has not?

51) Where do you wish you were?
I am generally happy where I was.

52) Are you wearing socks?
What for?

53) Have you ever ridden in an ambulance?
That would be so cool.

54) Can you tango?
Not even interested.

55) Last gift you received?
A kiss from someone special.

56) Last sport you played?
Stroking balls.

57) Things you spend a lot of money on?
Audio-visual entertainment.

58) Where do you live?

59) Where were you born?

60) Last wedding attended?
One year ago, can't remember.

61) Spit or swallow?

62) Favorite position?
Apa itu?

63) Most hated food(s)?
How can I hate food?

64) What’s your least favourite?

65) Can you sing?
Caaaaaaaan. But no guarantee you will like what comes out.

66) Last person you instant messaged?

67) Last place you went on holiday?
Sibu, one year ago.

68) Favourite regular drink?
Teh-O-Peng when I am poor, Milo-C-Peng when I have a little money.

69) Current Song?
Waiting for the World to Fall - Jars of Clay

70) Tag 2 friends:
Don't want lar...

There, done. Hope I won't get another one so soon.

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Frappe @ Travillion

It was one lazy Saturday afternoon, that suddenly I was dragged out of my house by few crazy friends, and off we went to just wander around Kuching doing nothing looking for food and things to do to kill off a boring Saturday afternoon. After going around much, and found nothing much to do, we decided to head to Travillion, where Fred got his much-needed haircut.

While waiting for Fred, the rest of us went to Magazino.. and like usual, a magazine shop would be the best place to have time passing by rapidly. I flipped through some audio-visual/home entertainment pages, as well as some digital photograhy ones situated alongside each other. Audio visual has always been my passion, those who are close to me know the fact that I am overly crazy about those stuff, and I will own a full system some where far in the future. What I find rather shocking, even to myself, was that I have developed quite an appetite for digital photography as well.

Since I picked up photography with a purchase of a budget consumer digital camera Kodak cx7430 (I know there are many out there who are dying to find out what camera I am using), I always thought that I will stick to normal consumer grade cameras, and not wanting anything fancier than that like semi-pro or DSLRs. My opinion was simple and straightforward, I need a camera where ever I go to, and when I want to snap some photos, I want to do it there and then. Having a semi-pro and DSLR would be too bulky, since convenience and simplicity have always been what I have maintained in my life so far. Yes, you can't get pictures as good as a DSLR, but what is the point if you can't bring it out to anywhere, anytime? Mobility is an important element.

Well, camera phone is out of the question, with the price of a good phone with a decent camera, I can get an excellent consumer camera which could be top of the class. Furthermore, I am not a camera phone person.

I have been happy with my current camera, despite its many, many limitations and restrictions, knowing very well that is is, after all a budget cheap camera. I learned a great deal having the camera with me, I brought it everywhere I go to, and lately, I have developed a craving for something more versatile and more powerful. I have come to the stage of trying out everything that my camera could possibly do, and desperately wanting to stretch further. Now DSLR is undoubtedly, in consideration.

Fred's New Hair

Pardon me for not taking a before-the-haircut shot.

Scrap the idea of inconvenience and bulkiness that I have mentioned earlier off. Why? Because one can have both a DSLR that does not have to be carried everywhere, AND a regular consumer pro camera that can just fit in a pocket. As blind as I can be, I did not see this point earlier, and now I am beginning to realize the power of a DSLR. Alas, until I can actually afford even a higher grade consumer camera (forget DSLR at the moment), it will be many years from now of course, and I hope by then I would be obssessed enough about photography.

Out of the magazine shop, and out of my dream about photography and its future plans, my friend and I went to Frappe, a drink-chill-out place situated not too far from Lim cockKok Wing University. We had drinks, and I snapped some photos, while waiting for Fred to finish his haircut.

The Place: FRAPPE

The Front

The Inside

The Corner Seatings

This was my first visit to Frappe, and I believe the place was closed down for quite some time (I have no idea why) before it was reopened. The place served regular drinks you can expect from a normal chill-out place in Kuching, but of course, with a much higher pricings. The interior of the place was not overly meddled with, it radiates the sense of space and roominess. Large sized mirrors along the walls give a much reflective mood when you can just stare at it and into your own relfection. I really felt comfortable lepaking hanging around that place.

The Drinks

Something Strawberry

Iced Latte

Hot Tea

If you asked me, I think the iced latte sucks big time, too much milk, and the coffee tasted.. well... not exactly like coffee at all. Heck, it did not even look like coffee to me.

And we had something to nibble on...

Crispy Fish Tofu

Looking into my own eyes

Another bonus point for Frappe would be the availability of free wireless internet connection, as well as games such as scrabble, otello and cards. We played a few rounds of "Big 2" while chilling to the old-school music being played that afternoon.

The entire afternoon at Frappe was a treat from Simon, a dear friend who wishes to remain anonymous. Big thanks to Simon, especially at times like this when my wallet was rather thin.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

From A to Z..

Here comes the meme tagged by Choulyin not too long ago. This is quite a long list of descriptions, so I shall illustrate some of the items with pictures. Plain words are be used for those that pictures fail to suit and fit. If you do not get the meaning of the picture, well, feel free to comment and ask, or better, use your wild imagination.


I am born in the year 84. Do your own mathemathics.

Beer of choice


Somewhere along the construction line..

Dog's Name


Essential item I use everyday


Favourite song at the moment

Promiscuous Girl - Nelly Furtado

Games I play

Stroking Balls


Meow Meow Land


I am sadly, not musically talented.


Chocolate juice with ice cream and cream


Not so soon

Last Hug

Not too long ago...


Centro Galleria

Name of your love

J.L.H. oohhh baby...

Overnight hospital stay



Spiderman !!!


Everyman dies, but not everyman truly lives. William Wallace, Braveheart, 1994


Kryptonian Chinese.


Innocent and sweet.

Things I like

boobies Ok.. hush hush for this one..


Boxer briefs. What? Are you expecting a picture for this one?? Use your imagination !!

Vegetable I love


Worst habit

Cam-Whoring !!


Plenty already...

Yummy food I made

Indo Mee Goreng... yummy.. anytime...

Zodiac sign

Juat a capricorn, just an ordindary capricorn, but he was looking to the sky..

What a long long list... it shall be some time before I do another meme/tag again... randomness is not something I endorse in this blog.

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Food, oh Bombastic Food

If you were to open up a restaurant serving western/continental cuisines at an awkwardly outstanding position, situated directly opposite the Bomba (fire and rescue station), what will you name your restaurant?

For some Kuching folks, they named it..


Got it? Opposite the Bomba station there is the Bombastic Cafe. Right.

I was really, really privileged being invited by Georgette to a food sampling/review session of the Bombastic Café. The owner of the place suddenly felt the urge to increase the public attention, thus engaging themselves in local food reviews. I have never actually done food sampling or reviews before. I describe all those previous food entries on this blog as records, more like food journal entries, rather than food reviews. None of those entries were official, and most of them I did without paying much attention on the food I was chowing down.

However, this time it was different.

Why? For the first time, I had so much food laid in front of me. Yes, and the plates and bowls kept popping out from the kitchen non-stop all the way. The table was already full, and still, the food kept on coming and coming. Gosh.. think of the kids in Africa

Here are some of the highlights of the food that I had that evening. I did not record down the names of the dishes, but I shall call them in accordance to general food terminology.

Let's start with something lighter...


GARLIC BREAD with Sausages

BAKED BREAD with Peanut Butter and Condensed Milk

The Main Dishes




CHICKEN CHOP with Cheese and Ham


The restaurant did a good job in blending western and asian food together, serving a wide variety of dishes under one restaurant. The main influence of the asian fusion would be Hong Kong food, prominently the dim sum based and baked dishes. This indeed is something quite rare and new in Kuching, since most places would either serve pure Chinese Food (with a little bit of local preference accent) or solely western (full European menu) style only. I strongly believe that the restaurant is trying to fit in the increasing local demand for Western Style dine out, but at the same time introducing the trendy and current trend of Hong Kong dishes which are already made popular over in West Malaysia.

All in all, I find the presentation of the food rather dull and cheap to some extend. Using mixed vegetables (carrot chops, corn kernels and green peas) as garnishing in almost every plate portrays the use of cheap frozen food, which may seem colorful, but uninteresting. The choice of chips or French fries, was of the lowest grade available on the market. It is alright if they do not produce their own-made fries, but purchasing the cheapest readily available fries of the market and placing them alongside the main dishes tell a lot about the preparation and food itself. For weird reasons, the mushroom sauce tasted more like cream of mushroom, similar to a ready-mix-just add-hot-water-soup, rather than a sauce. Of course, I am not expecting much from the minor details as mentioned, but these minor details can be a major turn off if they were completely overlooked.

Thirsty?? Pick a glass. Pick a color.


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After sampling all the food, I have to say, I would say the food tasted quite ok. I find nothing particularly outstanding, though nothing much to complain about either. There is however, a lot to improve on, which I believe would be the same wherever you dine in. I would not say too much about the place and the food, I am just giving an overall picture of what to be expected from a blogger’s point of view (aheeemm..) I do think that the place is worth checking out, and you will have to discover the details yourself. Like any normal restaurants, there will be things you like as well as things you dislike.

This was indeed a new experience for me. My stomach was so full it felt like I have just swallowed a hippopotamus. Of course we did not finish off everything, all we had was a little of this and that. The important part was tasting/sampling, not finishing the food !! And the fact that the food kept on coming was truly amazing, and I wonder if the speed of the food preparation would be the same on normal circumstances. I was overwhelmed, who would not be, having tasted virtually ALL of the food listed on the menu??

Me, Georgette and Fariah went off to scoops for desert (like we were not full enough) and chilled out for the rest of the night. Of course, I managed to get everyone to cam-whore for this blog. Muahahahahahaaa



I have Georgette to thank for. This definitely is not something one could get everyday, and now I can tell people that, I have tasted everything at Bombastic Café !!