As July comes to an end, I just wanted to thank everyone that greeted me in-person, or through call/text/email, greetings and picture collages on FB and IG, and especially everyone that was kind-hearted enough to go out of their way to get me a present. I LOVE IT ALL!
EJ and I love to eat! My brother, Alex, too! So when he told me about this place in Anaheim that sells “poke bowls,” I was sold. He texted me a picture of his order and I had to have it. When we got to Anaheim for my birthday weekend, PokiNometry was our first stop. I thought my order was delicious and next time I could go for a large instead. I love seafood, and sashimi, which is what this is very similar to. I can’t wait to go again!
Click HERE for Day One of our Disneyland 2014 adventure =)
On the second day of our Disneyland weekend, I made reservations at the Plaza Inn for breakfast. I’ve done character dining at Goofy’s Kitchen in the Disneyland Hotel, but this was my first time at the Plaza Inn. I love it! Goofy’s Kitchen has a larger variety of buffet, but Plaza Inn had more characters, is cheaper, and is located inside the park. I love both, but I thought Plaza Inn was more convenient for us that weekend. Continue reading
This year for my birthday, my husband surprised me with a trip to Disneyland! I haven’t been to there during summer in a while. We normally like to go in November when the weather is cooler and the holiday decorations are up. Kids are usually also in school at that time, so it’s not as crowded as it normally would be.
One of the first things I do when I plan for a vacation is to look for local places to eat. EJ and I love to try new foods, and Maui definitely provided us with lots of opportunities for that. Read on to see what we ate, and here are links to the other posts in the Maui Series:
Maui – To Do and See
Maui – Old Lahaina Luau
For our Second Anniversary, my husband and I decided to go to Maui. (Actually, it was my choice since he chose to go to Walt Disney World for our First Anniversary last year.) We’ve both been to Oahu, separately, so we figured Maui would be a different place we could travel to together so we could relax and not have too much to plan.
This morning, Sandy (my coworker) and I decided last minute to eat out for breakfast. We used to do this regularly before we got married, but now it’s just left to spontaneous urges. I told her I wanted to try the noodle place she took our other coworker to last time. So, off to Chinatown we went!
With many of our friends and family flying in next week, they’ve been asking what there is to do while they’re here. I thought I would just compile a generic list for everyone. Whether you’re a local, have visited here many times, or are a first-time Bay Area visitor, I’m sure everyone will be able to find something on this list to try out. Enjoy!