Budapest, Hungary 2013
Time, that’s all it is.
With time it will get better, this too shall pass. and time is the only thing in between, it’s a love hate relationship I have with t i m e
One of the last night’s of summer, we went to St. Catherines for the weekend to attend my friend’s engagement ceremony. Not only was it one of the only times we attend an event together it’s also one of the last times this year before he had to go to Budapest for school! Long distance from Canada to Hungary, 5 year long program, enough said?
I’m optimistic so far though because life brings challenges and this is an opportunity for both of is to grow as individuals. One of the biggest challenges for us so far and I’m not sure if we can handle it but one step at a time friends! Going to enjoy me some free time. ;)
A little place on the west end of town in Roncy. I don’t usually go this far west, although I do work right by here – but a few friends and I decided to try this place as we read some good ratings online. Overall I’d say their food is quite good 8/10 except for the lobster. It was on special called the Spicey Lobster, yes spelt spicey. Why I didn’t like it: if you’ve ordered a sweet and sour pork at any chinese restaurant in any city in any country… that’s basically what it tastes like except with some jalapeno peppers added. Needless to say we were a bit disappointed as the dish didn’t really excite our taste buds, there was no “new” factor. OH well!
Edit: One thing I felt important to mention thus made the effort to come back for an edit.. We went on a Friday night not sure if this is the reason why but – you should allot at least 2 hours for dinner, 3 if you didn’t make reservations. Dishes come out one by one, at least 20 to 30 minutes intervals. Just saying :)
Seafood meal paired with a chardonnay this evening:
Chihuly exhibit in Montreal – fantastic work. It was a very spontaneous trip when my beau and i decided to go to Montreal for the long weekend. Luckily for us the jazz festival was going on and we made it just in time to see the Chihuly exhibit as well! Biking along old port was a lovely ride, food was inexpensive compared to Toronto, and I had one of the best coffees at breakfast too. It reminded me of the dearly missed caffe alonges I fell in love with in Paris two years ago. Maybe there is something with french speaking canadians and coffee ;) lol
A night in Hong Kong – a must go city for all travellers
A good buddy of mine makes his own music, writes and produces his own videos, started his own clothing company and all at the same time a designer by day. I don’t know how he does it but enjoy this video and share it with the world!