What I did:
I went around Shine City and River Garden trying food that qualified in the three categories: Breakfast, lunch and dessert. For breakfast, we tried Paul’s Steak and Eggs in River Garden; for lunch we had Tan Tan Da Lu Korean BBQ and Kyo-Sakura in Shine City and for dessert, we had Dunkin Donuts in Shine City.
Why I did it:
I chose food review because I love eating and writing. I think that with food review we can have some fun trying new foods and learn how to create a report about it.
Some ideas and inspiration I had were from actually going to Shine City. Since I live their one weekend we actually went to eat in the Korean BBQ place, and it was really good. That is why I decided to recommend it to my friends and in the end, we actually had a great time there!
What did you do well?
I think the thing that I did well was helping everyone find a good restaurant. Since I live in that area, I could help recommend some good resternaunts I tried before.
What did you learn?
I learned that you should not force too much food into yourself. I know this might seem stupid, but after stuffing my face I was extremely dizzy on the bus ride back.
What challenges did you face and how did you overcome them?
One of the challenges we faced was that our original Japanese restaurant was not in Shine City and we had to find a new one. We walked for a bit and found a good resternaunt, and *surprise surprise* the food in the new Japanese restaurant was actually really good!
Why is One Day important?
One day is important because you can experiment something you’ve always wanted to do for one day. If you have wanted to do something yet have had no chance to do it, One Day is really fun because you can try it out and decide if you like it or not.
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This is a research project we did in Humanities about early and modern human communities.
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