Tuesday, May 19, 2015

May 15, 2015: Seven years

Seven years ago, during our honeymoon (a 3D, 2N stay at a hotel in town) we decided to have dinner at this seafood restaurant at a mall. We stepped out of the lobby to hail a cab to take us to our destination. There was a heavy downpour complete with lightning and thunder. The bell boy at the hotel had difficulty hailing a cab for us. SO we just decided to return to our hotel room and order room service! 

Forward to 2015, I asked hubby what he wanted to do for our 7th anniversary, he told me "do you remember that seafood restaurant we wanted to eat at during our honeymoon? Let's have lunch there!" Now truth be told, I had forgotten and had no idea what he was referring to. He had to refresh my memory.

Fish & Co


Shrimps Fettucine

Prawns Sambal

Fish n Chips


Then after doing some shopping, we headed over to the famous HK dimsum restaurant, Tim Ho Wan. Usually it is very crowded and there is a long queue to grab a seat but fortunately for us we got a table right away. Probably because it was in between the lunch and dinner period. 



Vermicelli Roll with Shrimps
Pork Dumplings with Shrimp
Mango and Pomelo Pudding
Their famous Baked Buns with Pork BBQ
We were stuffed and quite full - a day well spent to celebrate our seventh year of wedding bliss. The true key to my happiness is being well fed.

A full tummy = a happy wifey!

4 comments:

Kayni D said...

Happy Anniversary and many more years of marriage bliss!

You two stay happy and in-love. Hugs!

Photo Cache said...

Happy happy anniversary. Yes, stay happy and stay madly in love.

My anniversary (#8) is May 25! We had a civil wedding in the afternoon. Took my mom and one brother to a small Thai restaurant. At dinner time, we took a couple friends of ours and mom again to Applebee's. That's how we celebrated our wedding day :)

DaPHne LAura said...

Many thanks Kayni =)

DaPHne LAura said...

Thanks Photo Cache.
Hey it seems us three (you, me and Kayni) were all May brides ;)
What a coincidence.

Sometimes it is the people who matter the most in our lives and their presence which makes the wedding more relevant. Thanks for sharing your wedding story.

Advance happy anniversary to you and your hubby! :)