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Colleagues celebrated my birthday in office. Thank you ladies!
Then meet up with TC at Holland Village for dinner! Full of Luck wasn’t our initial choice but it looks more enticing than the rest.
Birthday pressie from TC. So pretty!!
Out for lunch with colleagues – Grilled corn chowder champon style at Soup Spoon today. It’s good, sweet corn with a tinge of spicy kick due to the red chilli oil.
Still counting down! Can’t wait for all these to end.
Lunch with Ansel at Chen’s Mapo Tofu, I miss their Tenshin Don. Yum yum.
Stopping by here to record a first time in my life.
I cracked my phone screen. 😓
Luckily, only the edge is affected. There seems like a very fine crack across at the top but so far so good. Not obvious.
Dinner at Chef Avenue, give some support to TC’s relative.
I’m having the Okinawa-style curry, it’s really quite good for the price. $6.80 for the chicken katsu curry rice, too bad the braised pork is sold out. The chicken is really juicy and tender.
TC has no idea what to get, so I helped him to choose this, Thai grilled pork with butterfly pea noodle.
It’s alright. Pork not as good as what I have in Bangkok.
They serve coffee with this wooden tray.
Breakfast at the resort!
And I tried natto for the first time. The taste is alright, just the slimy texture is quite difficult to accept.
It’s raining again.
Heading to Sapporo!
Stopped by Hoheikyo Dam but it was closed due to gale. The place around the carpark is still pretty though.
Lunch at Fresh Soba Koyo-tei. Their menu is hand drawn! So pretty!
So good! The texture of both hot and cold soba is really different. Cold soba has the al dente bite while hot soba is soft and breaks easily. I prefer cold soba.
Snacks on the go.
Finally in Sapporo! First we stroll at Odori Park.
Wanted to take a break at this cafe but there wasn’t any available seats.
See! It’s so pretty inside!
Went to Oniyanma Cafe instead.
They roast their own coffee beans.
Our airbnb for 3 nights.
Rest and then it was time for dinner. Going to try Suage’s Soup Curry.
I opted for fried chicken. It was so fragrant and juicy. Fried chicken will never go wrong when in Japan.
The soup curry tasted like minestrone soup though. Hahahaha! Nothing like our usual curry.
Buffet breakfast in the hotel. This is different from the other buffet breakfast that I’ve had in Japan. There’s more focus on seafood here.
Mini squids stuffed with glutinous rice.
Items I have picked out. Things with milk and cheese are not included.
Not forgetting to add more fibre.
Off we go to our next destination. Lake Toya!
Have more vitamins, our body is not used to the cold and dry weather.
One last time.
We’re pretty much devastated after we saw our rooms.
Too sweet for one person to finish.
Dinner buffet at the hotel.