Morning was a visit to the Loft, supposedly a trendy, upmarket dining concept. Think overpriced food court :) Still, the food was great, the view was excellent ( had a lovely panoramuc view of the North Channel ) and the service was sublime. Sublime meaning some droolsome young waiters in tight black pants of course ( unfortunately unlike the ones above ).
And did I mention they have free wifi?
Or sea creatures at the least. Think crabs and lobsters. Think seashells and mussels. And think in large amounts. Still happily ensconsced in communal living, my extended family doesn't order anything in small amounts and the plates literally overfloweth. Certainly a feast worthy of a mrauding army - which actually correctly describes the barbaric carnivorous lot that I'm related to :)
None of the crabs made it out alive , especially with my brother and my cousins hard at work sucking out every last succulent morsel of flesh. Getting heartily bored of the eating process, I made it out of the bustling seafood village and made my way to the mall.
You can't be expecting me to go fishing again after yesterday!?
Of course like any good counter-revolutionary, I just had to pay a visit to the local DVD pirate. Sure, the sophisticated KLite pirate can easily satisfy all my needs but lately with all the draconian raids going on, he has been lying low. Possibly keeping to his wine, women and song in some outlying pirate shack. Fortunately up North the sly, dyed-blond pirates seem to be a little more elusive to the unfriendly authorities since quite a number are still operating freely in these waters.
But isn't it the case that whenever I finally make it to the friendly DVD pirate, I find that I can't think of thart particular movie that I want to see?