Cute nightlights from IKEA Springvale...
I wouldn't mind having one except that i need to sleep in total darkness...
This week has been full of good food and too many assignments and tests. So far... i've done my prac report, online quiz and 50% blog assignment
which i whipped up in 1.5 days and i hope you learn at least something about Deafness from it (no plagarism accusations please... my rationale and reference list were handed in in person).
The last thing to do is study for my genetics breeding test for animal health...
Anyway, IKEA's food really is cheap!
We bought spinach & cheese pancakes, swedish meatballs with mash, open salmon sandwich, carrot cake and some... daim cake i forgot the lolly name but it's like biting into a crunchy chocolate but toffee oozes out instead :D
Then on Tuesday i went out to Teppanyaki Inn on Collins Street for lunch and i highly recommend the calamari!!! Classy place and the $40 (choice of lunch set with steamed rice and miso soup) was well spent in good company as well .
Dinner would be about... double the price? eek
And today Jacky and i ate lunch at The Hardware Societe on Hardware Street off Little Lonsdale. Thanks Jacky :D
I really love finding and eating in these quirky cafes that sell good food for reasonable prices ($14-25). We decided to order three mains to share (two would be sufficient for two people but we're beast :DDDD) and had the Duck Confit, Grilled Salmon and the Saffron Scallops with Potatoes special.
And now i am one step closer to eating my way down Hardware Street :DDDD (it's going to take ages... i don't even think i could afford to eat everywhere in Melbourne before i die either)
Anyway, going on another food adventure tomorrow with Farn :DD and then there's a buffet next week too yayyyyyyyy fat.