I went to Shabusen with new and old friends. We ate lots of food and got to know each other better by joking around. It was really fun because I got to catch up with some old friends, like L, and meet new ones. I hope we will be able to grab food together again.
B and I went to the Vancouver Art Gallery last month and it was a lot of fun. I could write a whole paragraph on my experiences, but I think in this case, "a picture tells a thousand words" rings true.
This past Saturday was my birthday and B braved through the sudden snowfall in Vancouver from Seattle to celebrate it with me, which I am very grateful for. We went to Miku for lunch, which was delicious as always. Afterwards, we went to the mall and B got me a new charm for my … Continue reading My 23rd Birthday Weekend
B came back for the weekend and we had a great date night. We went to the art gallery first, then had dinner at Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar for Dine Out Vancouver. The last time we went was after our date at the Aquarium this past summer.
This month has been a snowstorm - literally and figuratively. Vancouver has turned from Raincouver to Snowcouver in the past few weeks, and although I know that our neighbours in the east coast are probably giggling at our ridiculous situation compared to the mountains of snow that they get, it is still a big thing … Continue reading Winter Wonderland
I had heard about Jinya Ramen a few years ago, but never checked it out until recently with a friend. My friend and I both had their JINYA Tonkotsu Black, and we added a combo. I got the pork gyoza combo while my friend had their Tokyo curry rice. The ramen was very different from … Continue reading Food Travel: Jinya Ramen Bar
Although the feature exhibition was Picasso and his muses, there were more exhibitions to check out on the upper levels of the Vancouver Art Gallery. B and I took a look and walked through Bharti Kher: Matter artwork. Although Picasso's paintings were fascinating, Kher's multimedia work was also captivating in its own ways. The pieces were intriguing … Continue reading Bharti Kher: Matter