Elliot and I took the day off to go down south to San Diego. It was quite convenient since we both had business there.
My friend was gracious enough to let us stay the night, so that we would have the full Friday to do stuff. We started our morning off to the Broken Yolk Cafe, home of the Broken Yolk Challenge.
While neither of us took on the dozen-egg chili omelet (pictured above), we still enjoyed our more normal sized breakfasts.
After that, we set off for the San Diego Zoo Safari Park! Now, why did I bold Safari Park? Continue reading
Here I sit back at Incheon Airport, in Seoul, Korea. Which means I can catchup on my Facebook and Google Plus, and pretty much everything else now that I’m not behind a censored network. =)
So ends my last weekend here in Dalian for this trip. Just as I suspected, the time seemed to pass by quickly over here, but I’m very grateful that I was given the opportunity to make the last few days a great experience.
Happy Birthday abounds this week!
First, Greg’s wife, Deborah (not pictured)
The carrot cake was delicious! Especially because it was homemade, as you can’t buy carrot cake in Dalian.
Happy belated 4th of July! Hope you had your fill of barbequing and fireworks, I sure didn’t =(
Well, not quite, I still had fun. The Amersons were gracious enough to host me and several other of our American coworkers to celebrate the 236th birthday of the United States of America.
Interesting couple of nights I’ve had.
Tonight, we spontaneously decided to go to a Korean restaurant, which I’ve never been. The restaurant had recently been remodeled, and it certainly looked very contemporary Asian, a stark contrast to the small mom-and-pop apartment restaurants I’m used to.