Friday, October 21, 2011

Truth being a Friend

What constitutes "being there for a friend?.Does it mean you show up every time you make plans to watch a movie?or is it more than that?if you call someone your best friend,it has to be with more meaning.

It is easy for us to mistake their real friends from the ones who are using them.They could be getting a sense of comfort from one who is actually fulfilling only monetary needs and not the emotional ones.There is no guarantee that such friend will help them out in difficult situations .

if you feel like you have s similar group of friends ,it's important to use better judgement .You always have a parent,sibling ,older friend or teacher to talk to so ask them what they think.Only you will know what's best for you so act accordingly.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Thai Food

Eating a Thai meal in a hotel's outlet may end up with disappointment in some cases, especially in those big names in five-star hotels. We pay more, and we deserve a better treat; but usually they are pale and bland without bright ambition and effort, as mentioned in the previous post.

Lucky that there is always an exception for the unfortunate. And I found Smooth Curry the savior in my taste-buds pleasure of eating Thai food in a five-star hotel.

Smooth Curry came to my attention when I (accidentally) discovered its once-in-a-year khao-chae (chilled rice soup in jasmine scented water) treat which happens to be one of best in the Kingdom. In theory, if a chef can do the rather complicated royal recipe khao-chae and the tidbits right, there is no reason that the chef couldn't cook a decent meal with a fine Thai twist.

It also a foodie, to eat at Smooth Curry; at first he doubted that we might enjoy a real Thai meal there, as he also lost faith in most hotel's Thai restaurants. After the meal, he booked a table for three weeks later, to sample more dishes with his friends. And he ended the 'introductory' meal with paying the bill as a gesture of thankfulness that I brought him to Smooth Curry.

The waitstaff at Smooth Curry will ask her customers if they want the food cooked the full scale spiciness or the tourist-palate-friendly mild version. So non-Thai visitors shall never find their tongue being burnt!

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Vietnam clubs to vie for national crown

HA NOI — The National Clubs Cup Pencak Silat Tournament is scheduled to kick off tomorrow in the northern province of Hai Duong.

Martial artists from across the country will compete in both the tanding (combat) and seni (performance) disciplines.

According to experts, this year's tournament is likely to be very competitive, with many locals focused on developing the sport regarded as one of Viet Nam's strong points in the regional, continental and world arena.

At the Southeast Asia Pencak Silat Championship last year, Vietnamese martial artists triumphed with a total of 14 gold, five silver and three bronze medals. Malaysia and Brunei were runners-up. That was the third time in succession Viet Nam finished first in the annual regional tournament, which made its debut in 2008 in HCM City.

Last year, Ha Noi triumphed in the cup, hosted in HCM City, with eight golds and one bronze, followed by Hai Duong with two golds and three silvers, and Thanh Hoa with two golds and two bronzes.

Although failing to break into the top three, HCM City managed two golds thanks to Diep Ngoc Vu Minh and Tran Huynh Thanh Quoc, and at the recent Asian championships in Singapore, they won one silver and one bronze.

The club have been training hard to improve on last year's performance, with their sights set on top spot.

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