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hmmm you guys do look quite similar!
I reckon its cos of our ridiculous cheekbones.. that make it near impossible to wear sunnies, doh!
don’t be silly, they arent ridiculous!
Your friend looks like a cross between you and Erica!
She would be our child if we got married, hah!
Definitely difficult having friends in many places 🙁 but benefit is you get to experience lots more things 😀
The food there looks excellent!
Really miss you guys though! But only a month to go…. yay 🙂
We miss you too 🙁 It’s going to be so good to catch up!
I’m surprised that Singapore has such good Italian food – delish.
Singapore’s got really really good western, chinese, etc, etc food. Multicultural, which i love!
You went back for lunch the next day? LOL! You funny girl 😛 glad that you liked it.
How on earth do you remember all the names of the dishes – it baffles me.
And yea our mirror image picture is so funny and it looks like E and I had a quarrel too 😛
Heh ya.. it was closeby and i was cravy pasta again 😉
I took a pic of the whole menu silly, don’t have a photographic memory or anything!
the pasta looks good eh!
we learnt beef carpaccio in mervyn’s class!
That would’ve been fun! But so envious how he has access to such awesome, fresh ingredients..
Looks yummy. How much is $$$?
Btw, a technical question to ask. How do you take such lovely pictures of food in dark restaurants without the pictures turning out too dark, or washed out by the flash?
It’s about mid range, not TOO expensive (which will be $$$$$)!
I use my panasonic Lumix, it takes pretty good pics in dark lighting, i dn’t really photo edit them!
hmm. I’m using a Lumix as well. but get nothing close to what you’re getting unless I hold my camera far away, use flash and zoom up. What setting do you use? – auto? scene mode – food/indoor/night scene?
Sorry to be asking so many questions.
I use it on A and set the light up to 2/3 without flash, and then put my camera on something so it doesn’t get too shakey!