Saturday, January 27, 2007

Day 3

I can't remember much of what we did the next day but it involved a lot of eating. Quyen took me out to do my last bit of shopping while the boys played tennis.

Then we headed to an all-you-can-eat steamboat and peking duck place for dinner. We all ate so much. I even had to undo the button and zip of my jeans - thankfully I was wearing a long top so it didn't matter.

Peter had also flown in that night and the boys decided to do an all nighter at Crown. Not wanting any of that, Quyen took myself and her sister, who was also visiting with a friend, to Koko Black - the ultimate for chocolate lovers. Surprisingly even after all we ate at dinner, we still managed to fit in a hot chocolate and taster plate.

Also shout outs to Melissa who I bumped into that night. It was so good to see you again - it's been ages! Such good timing too. Glad your enjoying living it up in Melbourne and hope everything's going well.
I ended up having 3 hours sleep back at Kean's place before being woken up by the guys as they returned and then we headed to the airport. Thanks for driving us Matt & Winston.


At 11:12 am, Blogger Pauline said...

Hi Christine, my name is Pauline and I live in Melbourne. Just curious, where's the all-you-can-eat steamboat and peking duck restaurant that you mentioned? How much did they charge per head? Would you recommend it?

At 6:12 pm, Blogger Christine said...

Hi Pauline - the place we went to was really close (walking distance) to Crown casino, I think next to the where the new Southbank One building is being built. Sorry I can't be of any more help as I just followed my 'tour guides'. I think for all you can eat steamboat, it was pretty good for the price we ended up paying. You're basically paying for quantity, not quality.


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