It was a cheerful event with people I did and didn't know. We shared tales of donuts and alligators, basically relating stories from our countries.
But I guess you could say the fantastic part was the dinner, served up by Daniel Grey and thanks to the Yongsan garrison.
A real oven backed Turkey to carve!
There was stuffing, mashed potatoes and many more.
Yes...that's cherry and pumpkin pie folks. Yum!
I bought a Christmas Paris Baguette Cheesecake which I thought was suiting after hearing about Paul's run in with their Christmas CD.Some reviews I got were that it didn't taste like cheesecake and was too dry. Well what can you expect when you are in Korea? I think it was some different kind of cheesecake than what we were all familiar with.
The cake came with a free hat, which I am sporting above.
We stayed late into the night (12:45AM) playing Scrabble where Dan beat us with his wits. All in all, it was a great time and reminded me of the lovely friends I have made and stuck with during my time here.
Well next up New Years!