|On a horse.|
We don't get to meet up with people as often as we'd like, considering we're all on different, busy schedules, so it'd been a LONG time since we'd seen Ziggy. Naturally, we decided to go full Filipino and headed down to the Filipino restaurant she'd found in Dongincheon a while ago.
I'm used to eating Filipino food like at least once a week at parties, if not more (depending on what mum makes up for us) so I've been pretty deprived recently. Whenever I try to make it, it's always missing...something.
In addition to this, Nick hasn't had as much exposure to it as I would like, so we went for the classics:
Pancit and lechon. Yeeee~!
|It was pretty darn good. That crispy skin, yo!|
|They kept bringing us bowl of various desserts and it was great.|
Considering we were right next to Chinatown, we took a detour through the cute streets on our way back to the train station and took some photos of us being weird. (read: photos of me being weird.)
|This is "how do I get off this thing it's TOO DAMN HIGH" (It's not)|