05.19.2010 - 05.19.2010 80 °F
We spent the day with Ada’s friends. They took us to an excellent outdoor BBQ restaurant then attempted to go up the mountain to see a temple but the week’s monsoon downpours caused mudslides and the roads were closed.
We did some shopping then visited a factory that her friend owns. They make commercial cooking equipment like bakery ovens, popcorn machines and gas grills that most of us have seen at restaurants. I am thoroughly amazed with factory tours. There was so much heavy equipment. The machines they use are modern and some are CNC (computer controlled). They can take a roll of stainless steel and turn that into a decent gas stove.
Later that evening we had dinner at a Chinese Karaoke restaurant. The food was good and the singing hilarious. Lucas was smoking*, gambling and then singing Karaoke by the end of the evening (*= not really).