I'm familiar with tenpin bowling, but lawn bowling? Not even a single clue! It was my first time trying out this new sport today. Around noon, I drove myself to the Toowoomba Bowls Club to meet up with the rest, since Mr. Choo was doing his voluntary work that time. Thank you, Jeff for the invitation and hosting such a fun outdoor event for us to make some lovely new friends.
Putting up the Korea-Australia Toowoomba Society (KATS) and Toowoomba Japanese Group (TJG) banners.
Tick tock, tick tock, glancing up at the clock, it was already 12-ish. More and more people started to show up and there were like 50 of us with majority girls.
A little bowling lesson for beginners. The sun was devilish hot that I could feel my skin burning. Seriously, I deeply regretted soon after, for not having any sunscreen on =3
Our goal is, try to roll the bowls (four each in singles and pairs, three each in triples, and two bowls each in fours) as close as possible to the jack (the smaller white ball) on the other end of the green. It's tricky, you know, for a first timer.
Aww, he's a shy little boy...
That's Jeff sweating and cooking like a MasterChef in the kitchen, while everyone was having fun on the bowling green.
Tteokbokki on the stove.
Here comes the Pork Yakisoda I had for brunch, yum! $5 per plate.
With Mai and Megumi from Japan.
Last shot before I bid everyone goodbyes.