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a forgotten photo on the street...

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Found on the pavement...
It looks like taken in late 70s? early 80s?
A bit sad... but I cannot rescue but watch it decay every morning I see... sad.
14th Jan 2009, 23:21   | tags:comments (6)

a big appetiser

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for three... and I couldn't eat any more after this plate...
All the relish were homemade! yum!
Stayed there with friends for 3 hours,
chat, chat, chat... ;)
(we were one of only three groups there)

At a local newly-opened pub/restaurant.
The atmosphere was so nice.
I'll definitely go back there.
(well, only 1 min from my house, so most definitely!)

Which way to go...

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which way to turn... I haven't made up my mind yet... going straight sounds safe, but a part of me saying turn left...
11th Jan 2009, 23:57   | tags:,comments (4)

Edinburgh by night

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I like a crispness of the air in winter, so don't mind walking outside (as long as it's safe).
11th Jan 2009, 23:53   | tags:,,comments (0)

hair decoration

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Japanese hair decoration... (when wearing kimono)
5th Jan 2009, 01:04   | tags:,,comments (0)

Great Hall in Edinburgh Castle

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City of Edinburgh from Edinburgh Castle

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Nice and crispy morning in the end of December 2008. Edinburgh castle was busy with tourists.
5th Jan 2009, 00:55   | tags:,,comments (0)

Souvenir from Nepal

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Friends asked if I wanted some specific items from Nepal, so requested some Nepali instant noodles called 'Yum-Yum' , Nepali tea and some choco snacks. ;D
I used to love love love this noodle when I was in Kathmandu, Nepal. Now these Nepali noodles are free from chemical preservatives and taste much better than 1996! And needless to say Nepali tea... ah, memories, memories...
5th Jan 2009, 00:51   | tags:comments (0)