It is wedding week for Fero and Anna. They have waited eights months for their passport to arrive so they could get married. Happy days, it is finally going to happen. But first Fero needs a suit and we were ready to help. I made the mistake and asked the Clerk (you pronounced Clark) in this store about the right kind of pants for Fero. He gave me a weird look. Pants are underwear here. I meant to say trousers. My mistake.
Elder Allen and Elder Brown checking out the store.
We had to stop for lunch at a chipper. Elder Allen and I got fish and the Elders got Kebabs.
The store manager was so kind to us and gave us extra portions.
They ate the whole thing.
Kebab (also called Kebap, Kabab and Kabob) is a dish of pieces of meat, fish or vegetables roasted or grilled on a skewer or spit. It originates in the Eastern Mediterranean. Many of them are called Doner Kebab. The traditional mean is lamb. The English put chips (aka french fries) in the bottom with salad (aka lettuce) on top covered with meat. Elder Sindylek loves them as do most Elders. Elder Brown not so much but he did eat it all.