Friday, March 27, 2009

Day 2 (second half) - March 26th

For dinner we went to this Tex Mex place called Trudy's. It's a nice joint closely resemble a hut with a restaurant area and a bar area. They're know for their Mexican martini, it comes in a regular martini glass, and on the side, it has a whole shaker full of martinis for refill. I didn't get it, but the friend who got it ended up asking us to share it, and it was really good. So far the food and drinks here are pretty cheap and really good, which makes for a good combo.

So the highlight of the night was supposed to be country dancing, or as Bryan calls it, 'kickering', no idea where did that come from. didn't happen, b/c not enough people wanted to go, so my previous 'highlight' of the trip went up in poof. It was a little bit disappointing at first, but then Bryan's friend, Vicki, Jen (jkwan), Matt, and Joy came over to play games with Bryan, me, and King. Our crazy night is about to begin, haha.

They were all really nice with great personality, so time and writing space's sake, I'm not going to describe each of them, but let's just say they were a lot of fun to hang out with. We played this game called, "Mexican Train Dominoes", it's a really fun game, simple yet not without strategy and generally entertaining. The objective of the game is to get rid of all the tiles on your hand by using them to connect the tiles to make a train, and of course there's little tricks and rules here and there that makes it interesting, you'll just have to play to find out.

There is ONE THING, this game is LONGGGGGG, we played from 11 till 3,, till 3!!!! But it's all good, we went to eat tex mex again afterward. This I have to write about, there's this thing called, queso, it basically a cheese sauces with chopped bell peppers. It's savory and smooth, and cheesy, pour it on top of anything and it'll make whatever that is at least 10 times better. I've never seen or heard of it, we'll see if it's just me not knowing that we have it California.

It was a good day, good food, good sights, good games, good new friends, and a good day to look forward to tomorrow.

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