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Along the way to the chalet, the tour guide advised us to stop for a meal. The chalet was a long way in -- he was right! Everyone is hungry for a meal anyway. Lunch is not provided, so we had to pay for it.

You can see Ashok posing to eat using chopsticks. It's lucky the chopsticks block his mouth, or it might look fake.

The wanton mee is somewhat different from the one in Singapore. It is thicker and has a layer of sauce. I like the cha-shao very much; it is all lean meat.

Photo-nut section

This photo is overexposed. Because of the strong backlight, I used bounced flash. However, it didn't seem to have any effect at all. Could be due to the overexposure -- the TTL flash determined there was enough light.

I was lucky to get a normal composition. I didn't look through the viewfinder at all. Unfortunately, I got an extra element in -- the girl on the far left.

In Photoshop, the upper limit of Levels is set to 196.
Lens Minolta AF 28 mm f/2
Aperture f/5.6
Shutter speed 1/125

Bounced flash was used.