Friday, March 21, 2008

A picture post



Aaah, bugger me, I've left this blog half dead again. Don't place the blame entirely on me though, I've been really busy with school work!

Well, anyways, we went to this korean restaurant in Northbridge located near Billy Lee's. I'm really busy so I'll just pop the pictures up. Hmmm, I also wouldn't say the food is that great but here goes.



"Steamboat" w/ beef, rice cakes, mushrooms, sausages. (AUD13 per person)



Chicken bulgogi (Not bad, but looks really spicy/oily)

Beef bulgogi (Same sauce as chicken)

And some vegetables from the garden, as well as check out this super huge potato and watermelon we got from Canning vale market!



Potato (never seen one so large)


Watermelon ($5 only)


Cucumbers and long bean




This super small cantaloupe we grew and accidentally "dropped" is actually quite sweet.

And I've got to show you this place we have lunch at in school. It's this huge grass area with loads of tall trees and everyone just sits on the grass and lie down/relax/have lunch/chit chat. And there's a live band/DJ every Wednesday as well. It's really awesome (yes, come to Curtin).



And the view from our physio common room. Best view ever.

12 comments:

may said...

Hey sam,

The greenie lunch area is nice looks lyk botanic gardens. Lucky to hav a relexing campus environment!

daphne said...

Only you can make Curtin look so good! LOL. A pity about the food.

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daphne said...

if you like korean, be sure to try the authentic korean restaurant in the city. cannot rmb the name offhand, but it's round the corner from criterion hotel (next to the cinema in city).

reading your posts in perth makes me miss perth loads!

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