Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Ding Dong

On the way from work - Big Ben chimes, just for you London lovers out there:



And then I went to the bar at the Curzon Soho cinema where I met up with a few bloggy peeps I know.

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Speaking of which, Pandy and I met up for dinner in London - with Reading nowhere in sight. We ate lots of yummy dim sum and sushi at Ikkyusan (recommended) - in fact, Pandy had her first sushi, helped by the fact that salmon is not as fishy as some others.

12 comments:

Selba said...

Yay! I've been there before.. :) Hopefully someday will be able to be there again...

Ikkyusan? There's a famous japanese cartoon series... about a little monk, very funny movie, you gotta see it!

AmitL said...

Oh..that's nice- Big Ben chimes...:)curious query-what are 'bloggy peeps'? Bloggers who peep/surf other blogs but don't leave comments?Grin.

L B said...

Ahhh, the nostalgia of Big Ben!! So blue, the sky.. So chimey the bell..

Anonymous said...

oh sounds nice

jia

Lulu (Dan's cat) said...

Salmon? Yummy. My dad just feeds me the same crappy rice & lamb morsels day in and day out.

Can I go out and dine with you next time? Afterwards maybe you can even give me a belly rub? I'll purr for you!

MEOW!!!

Beenzzz said...

Cool! I think I saw Big Ben as a child. Perhaps I should visit again now that I'm an adult. :)

Amy said...

I want to be cosmopolitan like you girls and eat sushi in London with you! :(

ML said...

Big Ben is cool! :)

Glad about the non fishy sushi. It really does make all the difference.

The Moody Minstrel said...

Ahhhhh....

Lovely! Now THAT is a bell!

Thanks, m'lady!

Olivia said...

Selba - hehe, Ikkyusan, really?

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Amit - Bloggy peeps = people who also blog. :P

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LB - The sky was just as blue today, it's amazing.

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Jia Li - :) Yep

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Lulu - I give a good belly rub, and buy lots of salmon. You can come visit me in London and I'll spoil you.

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Beenzzz - absolutely, yes of course.

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Amy - one day, when you grow up, you will ;)

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ML - I like fishy sushi, but I think salmon is good for first timers because they are more likely to have eaten smoked salmon, which is the same only with a smokey taste!

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Minstrel - I wish I could have caught it without all the tourist voices.

The Moody Minstrel said...

Sounds fishy to me!

Sushi...mmmmmm....

Amy said...

I want to be a grown up now :( xxx