We’ve had back-to-back celebrations this July. First was my daughter’s third birthday and second was my sister’s college graduation.
For Colign’s birthday, we visited Dreamplay in City of Dreams. It’s basically a Dreamworks-themed playground housed inside the “mallsino.”
Next was my sister’s graduation ceremony. She took up a bachelor’s degree in Digital Filmmaking but is now majoring in independent freeloading. 🙂
After the commencement, we pigged out at Hole in the Wall. It’s a cool place so don’t forget the camera and extra bucks since the selections don’t come cheap and they’re all something to drool for.
For that first time visit, we went for Bad Bird, Kwong’s, and Green Cheese.
Bad Bird prides itself in its chicken combos. I found the price to be a bit steep but wait until you taste the corn! It’s yuuuumy though I’ll still call it pricey.
At Kwong’s, we had an over-sized tonkatsu-looking meat that felt sooo dry, I had a moment of remorse for the fallen pig who nobly sacrificed its life. But then, I think we just ordered the wrong meal here. So next time, we’ll give their dim sum balls a shot.
Then last stop was Green Cheese which made us giggly-happy. The cheesecake had us right at the free taste that we knew we had to take out a whole round to re-experience its milky fluffiness. It’s sad though how the cake didn’t survive our fridge for a whole 24 hours. It was brutally devoured beyond recognition and we knew that we only wanted more.
I remember when I was a fresh grad that I got depressed for being unemployed for two months. Yes it was a short two months but there were certain nights that I cried before an interview because I was too tired of rejection and of being jobless because it was a big deal when no one in the family was working.
Now, it’s my sister’s time to find a job and learn on the process what she wants herself to be. I know there are several unspoken duties that she probably will shoulder because that’s just how we were reared. But then, I hope she could follow her dreams to the best extent because in the end, she’s the one accountable for her future. Good luck unggoy 🙂