I brought her to HK Kim Gary for lunch as she mentioned that she missed HK food. We ate and chatted at the same time. Just talking about everything and anything under the sun. Guess we were just too comfortable with each other that we shared very openly.
After a good lunch, we took the train to Chinatown. As I've not been to Sia Huat, I thought we could go there and take a look. We were "wowed" by the kitchen equipment that they carried. We also kept visualising ourselves having a bakery together and we can buy this equipment or that equipment to use. It was pretty fun!
And further down the street was another shop- Lau Choy Seng. We also went in to check out their items. These items were just too commercialized for us homebakers. After the walk in the hot sun, we decided to take a rest and have a drink. I brought her to the chinatown market for a drink and recommended the "zhu chang fen" to her. As we were still very full from our lunch, we just had a drink to cool ourselves. After a short rest, we took a bus down to Sun Lik. She bought some stuff while I left the shop empty-handed. We parted from there. It was truly an afternoon well spent in catching up and sharing our experiences.
As usual, we made some goodies for each other. We knew that we will appreciate each other's efforts. These were the gifts from me.