It’s Party Time

May 2, 2009 · 3 comments

A gathering (the term/idea party doesn’t really exist here) of over 10 people in Brunei requires a permit, and alcohol is not for sale in the country generally too, so I was interested to see how the expats and locals managed to host one. The solution is tomake a few border crossings between them to build up on the limit allowed to take in, and get together to share it all.

Sue likes Filipeno dancers

Sue likes Filipeno dancers

Sue took me and Gunnar there to meet a few people, Gunnar having a big SLR meant people wanted to pose for his camera a lot more then mine, I really do need to stop being so British and polite and get a whopping camera to point at people too as some of his pictures are superb.

Gunnar and Jenny

Gunnar and Jenny

Jenny (pictured above) and Lindsay were the hosts, Jenny handed out mini cornettos. Being so considerate she didn’t want people going home fat after a party with her, so we was all greeted with the smallest cornetto I think any of us has ever seen. I have no idea where she got them.

Mini Cornetto

Mini Cornetto

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Alex May 4, 2009 at 2:15 PM

That cornetto is hilarious! :D

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Lorna_499 May 4, 2009 at 3:16 PM

Twins would love the cornetto!

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Adventure Rob May 5, 2009 at 7:36 AM

One bite and it was gone for me, other people were more polite and managed to make it a few bites long. Jenny wished she just got the normal size ones after that :)

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