One thing I love about Sydney are the old friends. Okay. Make it two things, I can’t lie to you that I don’t love my food. It is no longer a secret anyway.
This post is specially dedicated to food and friendship.
First of all, Ramesh and Geoff. The old and new SUPA kids, whom we all share the same passion in our profession.
I’ve met Ramesh back in NAPSA Congress 07 in Melbourne. It was very good to catch up after the years. I felt slightly guilty for not attending NAPSA Congress Sydney when he was organising it. Man, ya know the workload was a killer. We all knew *wink*
We both were talking about the great opportunity given to host a Congress, hoping that it wouldl motivate and inspire Geoff to organise a pharmaceutical symposia at the international level.
The process of getting a Congress organised was absolutely crazy. The workload, time, energy etc etc. But in the end, it was absolutely worth it!
Our food moment: Greek dinner in the City.
The Lamb dish ordered by Ramesh.He reckoned it was absolutely beautiful
I went for lamb kebab - verdict: YUMMMMM!!!
Geoff had vegetarian dish.
(The eggplant definiely worth a mention over here - it was awesome!)
We then headed off to Shangari-La Hotel for dessert.
It was Good Food Month in Sydney at the time. That’s right! Time for Sugar Hit!! ^^
(There’s always room for dessert)
The evening was well spent. I enjoyed the conversation with Ramesh. His energy, enthusiasm and passion - very inspiring. Seeing that Geoff is joining the team, I must say that I have to work hard to help him in order to keep the passion moving.
I am glad I didn’t spend the night at King’s Cross.
Opa! (Korean: Big brother)
An old friend whom I met in Perth years ago.
Opa was kind enough to bring us around the Bondi area.
After that we went somewhere else… FOOD! of course *smile*
Ade and Opa had this massive huge bowl of noodle.
I had tofu and gyozas which were polished off within few minutes ^^
Yay Ade! she is my girl! *mwah*
Opa reckoned we should head off to somewhere else after a big lunch.
I was so tempted to walk up to the rescue booth and take a photo with the life saver hottie - ya know, the one you watch that on telly all the time.
I didn’t at the end, because I am very shy. *blush*
One very last friend whom I catched up with: YS!!!
Photo by : Peter Phan
I let the photo speaks for itself.
Till then, have a nice weekend everyone. Cheerio~!