I went to Sanafir with my girl friends for Dine Out Vancouver. The food was alright and the set dinner was for $18. We sadly didn't get a chance to sit on the beds or the lower tables in the VIP room but I had a great time nonetheless with my friends.
Excuse my pour attempt to smile in this photo, it was a long night.
Yes, I know I have too many variations of suspender tights. I'm still not sick of them yet! These bow ones are super cute. They have bows on the back as well. The skort I'm wearing looks like a black pleated accordion skirt. I initially wore flats with this outfit but they got wet out in the rain.
My attempt at making it a vintage photo.
Shrimp on a bed of cous cous salad.
Butter chicken on basmati rice with a side order of naan (that was really not needed after all)
Dessert amongst 7 girls. English cream sauce, two cinnamon syrup dough balls and two pieces of chocolate bark with nuts was dessert for one person. The balls were good. The chocolate bark was okay.
After dinner, my adventure of surprising a birthday boy couple hours before midnight turned out to be a disaster. Put all these together: driving in a city I barely go to, in the dark, alone, in heavy rain, without a real time GPS (Blackberry Maps sucks!) and with an ice cream cake = a lost Kerri lead to an angry and frustrated Kerri. I didn't even want to go to this strangers house to begin with!
But my goal (and my other friend's goal) was to surprise my good friend moments before the clock struck midnight for his real birthday. We wanted to do this for him because "we are the three best friends that anyone could ever have" - haha queue in that phrase/song from the Hangover movie. We are a trio. Three circles of friends may have overlapped recently but it cannot change the fact that it started with us three: M, N and K.
... and that type of friendship takes priority over regular friendships. In the end, it was worth all that frustration and hassle. Plus, the ice cream cake did not turn into a liquid and was still in a solid state yay!