HH asked yesterday if I’d like to go over to her place as she was planning a dinner, and so there were 4 of us having a really creative candlelight dinner at the table in her apartment. Home-made Spaghetti Carbonara, Chawanmushi (courtesy of A) and a rather salty instant pumpkin soup. Together with Bossa Nova, Cheese and White Wine, it was a very relaxing dinner and great conversation among us. As usual I had non-alcoholic Flaunder instead of the wine, and it was amusing that they looked quite similar.
It was a great dinner, especially because I had run to Kloten. I don’t think Oerlikon and Kloten are that far apart on the map, about 5km, but taking into account the number of slopes, and that I hadn’t run for months, and that the air was quite different from that in Singapore, it was a tiring run. I did not perspire much and I felt quite energetic still, but my legs and butt muscles were aching quite badly. Strangely though, it took me the same amount of time to cycle there the last time.
And why am I running at 10°C in dry-fit and 3/4 pants? I don’t have any other clothes. Haha. But yesterday I signed up for the SOLA race run, which is a 14-a-team 117km run around Zurich. The lowest point is 400m above sea level and the highest 850m at Uetliberg. I’m joining the Exchange Student’s Network team, and it’s more for fun rather than for competing. Sounds sadistic doesn’t it. Paying 16CHF to torture myself on the slopes.
I shall focus on 3 subjects for the time being. 2 which I have on-going projects which I find interesting, and 1 which seems the easiest of the remaining 3. When I get the momentum then I’ll start on the others, hopefully that wouldn’t be too late