WAC Bennett Library

Scripting and tacos

This week I attended a two-day workshop on PHP: ‘Introduction to web scripting with PHP’ that was organised by the BCLA Continuing Education Committee. It was held in the WAC Bennett Library at the Simon Fraser University Burnaby Mountain Campus. It was great to learn the basics of PHP with lots of friendly librarians and have a chat over lunch in the cafeteria. The campus is in a beautiful location, surrounded by forest with large concrete buildings. It was overcast, raining and misty on the days I visited the campus, which gave it an eerie feel.

Simon Fraser University

This morning, in search of a good coffee and a tasty lunch, I visited the Commercial Drive shopping strip for the first time and went to Havana for lunch. I wasn’t disappointed: the taco I ordered was the best I’ve ever tasted and the mocha coffee was topped with whipped cream and cinnamon and came in a sugar rimmed glass!

Chicken tacoMocha

This entry was published on February 18, 2012 at 6:12 pm. It’s filed under Food, Libraries and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “Scripting and tacos

  1. The Mocha coffee looks and sounds niiiiice…. 😀
    You’ll be going back there then, I take it? 🙂

  2. Hey, I love that they serve the tacos and condiments separately – that way one doesn’t get soggy while you eat the other. Awesome idea.

  3. It is a good idea: and the taco shells were delicious!

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