We made appearances at the Paniyiri Greek Festival held at Musgrave Park, South Brisbane two weeks ago. It was a two-day celebration and the weather was perfectly sunny and warm that afternoon. $10 entrance fee for adults, free for children.
Sunnies on, sweater and scarf off, ugg boots to crocs (glad that I brought them along).
It was a great outdoor event for both families and friends to hang out together.
Waiting for our drinks...
With my newly wed bestie (Cynthia) and a refreshing mango smoothie to quench our thirst. We had a long walk under the melting hot sun from where we parked our cars to the festive venue. Phew.
That's her loving hubby, Elvin. Happily married couple =)
We've came to the lower ground later on where lots of food booths were being set up.
A journey to delight our senses shall begin now!!!
Matching theme, so blue~
Each food booth sells pretty much the same Greek fast food, not much of choices really.
Found ourselves a shady spot to sit down to eat ♥
Chicken Souvlakia aka Chicken Kebabs - $4. Super salty!
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls with Meat and Rice - $5. It was alright.
Live performances on the stage. Just look at the crowd!!!
We went on with desserts afterwards. Two pieces for $5.
Too sweet, overly sweet.
They're yours now, Mr. Choo. Hahahaa, poor fella =p
Next, moving on to the amusement zone.
Candy colors fun house.
The giant moving clown which scared the crap out of Preston. I never liked clowns when I was a kid.
Thrill and children's rides.
Aww, so cute >.<"
And those smurf toys with glasses over there!!! You gotta shoot two balls in to get one.
Bubble time with daddy and uncle.
Finally, Preston got tired and nearly fell asleep on my shoulder.
We left around 3pm to the South Bank Parklands. Dinner with the couple in Sunnybank before coming back home. Thanks again for the belated birthday dinner treat, guys! *hugz*