Lookie here, I've finished my jar of P&J Moisture Cream. Lucky for me I had a backup jar that Tim's dad helped me get. I've been using it since March only for night time and this little 1.1oz jar has lasted me about 5 months. Money well spent I tell you. I also finished my 2nd bottle of the Orbis Cleansing Liquid. I'm currently using a Hanskin cleansing oil, will do a review a bit later.
I went bowling on Friday again. Very cheap compared to Toronto. I played 2 games with a few friends for only 8000won/person (less than $8CAD), including shoes.
I'm trying to do a silly face while Tim is trying to look normal puhaha.
A friend of ours went to have Mexican food near Sinchon Station and said it was good, so we had to try it out. I think it's more Tex-Mex than actual Mexican.
Tim and I went there for dinner tonight and we're stuffed!! If you go to Sinchon Station, take exit 4. You'll see McD and Burger King to your left. Continue straight for about a minute and you'll see On The Border on the second floor to your left.
Our friend said the restaurant served American sized portions. I was so excited to see the variety on the menu that we ordered 2 entrees plus and appetizer, bad idea. The portions were indeed American sized.
I ordered chicken enchilladas that came with a side of rice and refried beans. It was SOOOO goood!! The chicken was tender and everything was so flavourful and fresh. I only ate 1.5 out of the 3 enchilladas, it'll be dinner for tomorrow.
Tim had the Montery Jack cheese and bacon chicken fajitas.
Our appetizer was the chicken flaunta. They are corn tortillas stuffed with ground chicken, rolled up and fried to a golden brown. Served with queso dipping sauce. Not too sure what the sauce was made of.
We should have ordered the guacamole. The guacamole that came with Tim's fajitas were the best I've had so far. If we ordered it, the waiter would have prepared it fresh right in front of us. Too bad..next time it's a must!