K: What are you doing today?
Me: I don't know...
K: Perfect, you're going kayaking. See you in an hour.
|Ayam Goreng 99
Verdict: Mmm! Indonesian chicken win!
Meal: Post-kayak nosh
Location: 464 Anzac Parade Kingsford New South Wales 2032, Australia
|Palm trees in the street!|
It was a super-windy day and the currents were hard but we paddled around anyways with the goal of reaching K's friend's house. The man who rented thr open kayaks putted his boat over and told us to go in the other direction for safety's sake - M and I dutifully paddled away and talked about The Black Hoof not realizing that K's "stuff it" decision led him far far away...only to be reprimanded and lassoed onto the putter boat to be dragged back.
Super moist, juicy, and aromatic. Y U M. The charcoal taste and the super moist chicken was such a great combination - wish I knew where to get this in Toronto!
Sate Ayam (Chicken Satay)
Peanut sauce, sweet soy sauce, and deep fried onions
Mmmm...5 sticks of mouth watering fall-off-the-skewer chicken. They grill these on charcoal! Oh my mouth is just watering thinking about these.
Nasi Rice Goreng Special
Fried Rice with Egg on top
Stir-fried On Choy with Chili, Garlic, and Onions
On choy? I had no idea what this was. I've never seen this in Toronto - a quick google search suggests that it's definitely not common in traditional supermarkets...perhaps in Chinatown?
Aaaannnd this is when the food coma hit. I have no idea what it was. But rest assured, it was probably pretty delicious.
|Never got over the novelty of Christmas trees everywhere|
The good part? After cleaning my elbow, we chatted about our Oz plans and after a few minutes, we had high-fived and planned to meet up in Melbourne to do the Great Ocean Road! Loving the randomness.