비빔밥 Day

Today I finally met up with my old classmate from school. When everyone else was filling out their forms and applying to Irish universities, she was really keen on furthering her education back in her home country. In Latvia. Since she successfully got it, we parted our ways and she flew out of Ireland to study tourism. But her parents do still live in Ireland so she came to visit them now. In the afternoon we met up and went to our usual place where we can get our fill of bibimbap. Hansung market! This place is pretty cheap compared to others and very decent. The bibimbap only cost 5.90 euro, plus I can never finish it. So if you are in Dublin you might want to check out this place. 

I am feeling pretty cold now. The weather was alright but towards the evening it got colder. Now I keep sneezing and my throat hurts…

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2 thoughts on “비빔밥 Day

  1. Ilya Lemieux says:

    Mmm, food sure looks delicious.
    if there is one thing Asian cultures got right, it’s their reverence for food. Not that they got everything else wrong (anything but, look at their technology advancements), but food takes its rightfully deserved place of pride.
    Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, hell, even Indonesian cuisines. Ah… those were the days of ruthless pigging out like there was no tomorrow.

    As for the classmate, I guess you had a pretty nice and fruitful catching up 🙂 It’s always funny to meet someone who was off the radar for a while. News you learn about them from them. Sweet.

    Hey, don’t you get sick there! It’s no fun.
    Drink more tea, be sure to add slices of lemon, along with some honey.
    Goes without saying, don’t skip on taking the necessary medicine.
    Mindfulness of wearing the right clothes depending on weather conditions goes a long way 😉 (forgive me my little sarcastic remarks, can’t be helped)

    by the time you read this (it’s been what… 3 days since you had posted this), I’m pretty sure you’ll have gotten better 🙂

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    • roksana09 says:

      Can’t disagree on that point as I totally love Asian cuisine too! Just love love love trying something new or eating my old time favourites (aka bibimbap). I still remember that one time when I got to eat really delicious (but spicy as heck) Thai noodles in Manchester.
      Thank you 🙂 I got better after like a week of suffering. When I come down with a cold (unless it’s a serious one) I don’t drink medicine. What I would normally do is drink lots of tea/ milk with honey, use sea water nasal spray, парить ноги и конечно же дышать паром. I think it helps. 😀

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