Showing posts from January 16, 2011

Lobsters in US

After staying in US for a week, I don’t bother to take pictures of the place that I’m about to fill my stomach. The weather is getting colder too – from 4 degree the day I reached to -11!

Anyway, on the last day of my stay in US, we decided to go to eat US lobsters. According to my colleague, this lobster is considered small compared with the one they had on the first day. For me, the size of these lobsters is good enough for me, else, I’ll be wasting food AGAIN.

Without my colleague, I won’t be able to finish up my food. Every meal came with salad and free bread. For me, I can fill my stomach with only the bread. After 2 weeks of salad, I came to the point that I’m beginning to feel scared when I see salad. Lol!

Japanese Restaurant at US

Isn’t it weird that I had Japanese food at US? Oh well, this is what happens when we got fed up eating something which is not that Asian!

I must admit that the Japanese restaurant here is actually not that Japanese at all. It is more like a western restaurant. Why? There’s no “Arigato Gozaimasu” when you left the restaurant. Also no “Ohio Gozaimasu”. Hahaha ...

The environment is very comfortable and I actually like the toilet (no pictures though).

 As for the food, well, it’s not what I’m looking for!

Souvenirs I got for myself from US

The journey won't be complete if I don't pampered myself with some gifts for myself.. 

Apart from all these, I've bought GAP and Levi jeans too!

The Arch, Missouri

During my stay in US, I’ve visited only one place of tourist attraction – The Arch. Well, this trip isn’t like my previous trip to Japan where I got plenty of time to go around.

I can’t remember how long it takes to reach there from my hotel. We parked our car at the paid car park (USD 4), which is near to the lake (or sea, or ocean, not sure..). There’s a man ‘statue’ standing that attracts me. So, I went near to the statue and found out that it’s not a statue but a REAL man standing in the cold!

It cost about USD20 to go up to the arch so we decided just explore the surrounding. It’s quite a nice place with all the histories explanation of the place. Anyway, some of my photos turn out not that attractive as my camera is running out of battery. Huh!