Last night we ate at an Indonesian restaurant for the second time in a week. That's an interesting dining statistic for us, since we've eaten very little Indonesian food in our lives. Nonetheless, not long after Monday's lunch in Vancouver, here we were at Delima Restaurant, at one side of Sydney's Chinatown near Darling Harbour and a about a ten-minute walk from the Hilton.
One of the local Flyertalkers organized the place and the time for those of us arriving early in SYD. There were eight of us in total and we enjoyed ourselves talking about flying and travel in general.
The food was okay, the restaurant itself was noisy, but the company was very pleasant.
Today we'll enjoy another breakfast in glass, and then switch hotels for our two remaining nights in Sydney.