I’ve been walking around the house barefooted for about a week now, though walking long distances and putting pressure on the balls of my feet are still a pain. However, with the new found freedom of walking wherever and whenever I want to, we decided to venture outside the confines of Beverly Hills and Hurstville by finally going to see the DUGONGS at the Sydney Aquarium!!
Fortunately for us the Aquarium wasn’t crowded on a Friday except for one Korean Tour Group and the odd tourists and old couples… so we found it quite relaxing just strolling through slowly and watching the dugongs probably for a good 45mins. They are adorablee!! and they look like they’re constantly smiling, I would be happy too if I got fed all day and play all day. The highlight of our dugong watching? One of the dugongs doing a poo in front of our view which also happened to be a floater.
For lunch it was off to Jordans Seafood Restaurant… which just so happens to be on the other side of Darling Harbour… so we took the monorail and got off after one stop for $4.80. But hey I have the right to be lazy and to lessen the stress on the foot. We both ended up choosing fish dishes which we divinee and I had this amazinnnng romanoff potato with bacon with my fish. Lunch was so so satisfying, maybe more so since I haven’t had the chance to eat out much lately and I could not stop raving about how good the food was, which annoyed B to some extent.
Later that night we planned to watch a movie and dinner followed by karaoke, but opted for a night of games at Norita where we played Pictionary and Jenga-ed the night away.
A German tourist offered to take this for us, then he asked us where we were from… we replied with just “China”
Smile for the camera duggy
1, 2, 3, 4, hi-fivee
It just poo-ed when I was trying to take a photo of it…
Oh, I’m a Goofy Goober yeh, You’re a Goofy Goober yeh, We’re all Goofy Goobers yeh, Goofy, goofy, Goober, goober, yeh!!!
Pan Seared and Baked Snapper Fillet with romanoff potato and bacond, sundried capsicum and her vinaigarette
Deep Fried Salted Spiced Calamari Entree with Passionfruit Sauce
This was divine, huge chunks which were sooo tender
Grilled Morroccan Spiced Tuna Steak on a Roast Vegetable Mash with Capsicum Jam
The mash was soooo yummmy, but the japanese in me sees it a waste to see tuna other than tataki or sashimi unless it’s done right…
Our awesomely high jenga tower
hehe H’s cute drawing