South East Asia Hotel
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... tornado machine, to feel how it feels to be in the middle of the tornado. I think this thing costs like $4 to try at the Seaway Mall in Welland, doesn't it? Haha. It was free for me, suckers!
Upon inspection of the schedule and facility map, I found there was a show at 3 p.m. entitled FIRE TORNADO. That's all it said. When one reads such a thing, one cannot miss this chance to see it. So, I saw it and it was majestic.
... had to cook it for 20 seconds and lift it up carefully. I broke a few and kept pouring out too much batter. At least they got a good laugh out of it. I did do a few good ones though. Then we rolled it with a mixture of pork, onion, rice, mushroom. Dish Two: Sea Bass Breaded Rolled fresh Sea Bass in flour one had vanilla flour of some type. Fried it in a wok. Rolled in set rice paper with some mint leaves etc. Dish 3: Making Vegetable Decorations Tomatoes and carrots. What ...
... of juice you need to power up these puppies.
Of course a last minute rush to get things done including getting the car washed at 1130 this morning. I just want to shout out to Marty for ruining my last month (this is mostly for me to remember in a few years how I felt)
We flew out from BNE and first leg was to Singapore. We thought we ...
... We got our supplies for Sunday roast and cheese and crackers for pudding.
The heavens opened while we waited to leave for hockey. Jane looked a bobby dazzler in her new kit.
The match was basically Brits vs Dutch, in white and orange (naturally). I enjoyed a couple of beers but ran out before the match started :(
Jane started sweeper and did me right proud with some great tackles ...