After a bit of a flat week Dave and I headed to the coast on Friday night for a little time out and a break from the cold.
The weather was amazing/beautiful/perfect and I very much enjoyed frolicking about in harem pants, thongs and a singlet – such a strong coastal look. We had a little date night on Saturday and went for Vietnamese which was super tasty and fresh, burst in your mouth (splash in your eye) good.
I did a little bit of shopping and scored two pairs of Vans for $50 from Surf Dive N Ski. They had a two for one special on sale clothing but I asked if it included shoes and got a “Well seeing as you asked, yeah sure” Unfortunately the same sweet deal doesn’t extend to their website though. I also purchased some work appropriate slacks for when I am ‘doing business.’ Doing business is in inverted commas because it should be taken with a grain of salt, my degree of business involves complaining about the lack of Artline pens and lighting miniature candles.
As a left handed person I am passionate about Artline pens as I believe they smudge less. Happy International left handers day to all, today is OUR day!
On our way home on Sunday we drove via Cabramatta to stock up on groceries from the Asian supermarkets. Last night for dinner we had laksa with a side of steamed pork buns.
Other things that happened in Cabramatta.
There was a chihuahua on the glass tabletop of a shop just sitting there in a funny little jacket but the owner would not let me take a photo because he doesn’t like having his picture taken… Wait, what?
I was really interested by how much shoppers touched the fish in the fish market section, they can’t wash their hands anywhere. One lady had her fingers all up in the gills. What is that about?
Ate a Moochi frozen yoghurt and loved the shit out of it.
Watched someone drive on the other side of the road thinking it was a double lane one way street. It definitely wasn’t and the traffic was heavy.
Said “Poor ducks” about 20 times.
My coconut flavoured gummi bear and strawberry pearl filled moochi made me so very very happy.