Before I begin this post, I just want to say that I was excited about trying the Gypsy Trunk Gourmet Fare food cart and I really wanted to like them. I admire the proprietor’s free-spirited decision to follow her dream (read more about that on the Gypsy Trunk website) and I respect any business that […]
Ever find yourself daydreaming of your next vacation while you’re at work? Wish you could magically transport yourself out of that cramped cubicle and escape to some exotic destination for some much-needed R & R? What if I said you could indulge your fantasy on your next lunch break? If you work downtown, Mangal Kiss […]
Did you ever think that you could have a working oven assembled on a street cart? One that could produce freshly baked yummy cakes? One particularily memorable street eat Fannypack and I had in Seoul was a snack made from one of these incredible innovations….
In my previous post, I commented on how we didn’t get to eat everything we wanted to eat…that’s because there’s quite a bit of street eats that takes away our stomach space…whether it’s on the street, a little shop, in the subway station…there’s always something that catches our…well….mostly my eyes…. Myeongdong is such a busy […]
We were fortunate to come across a pretty good deal on LivingSocial for our hotel stay for this Victoria trip. Hitman and I got a pretty nice room at the Executive House Hotel in downtown Victoria. It was within walking distance to pretty much everything (unless you’re in heels like I was…then it was excruciating […]
My first encounter with ho-dduk was around 5 or 6 years ago at the Night Market in Richmond. It was by the same clan that now does the hurricane potatoes and fish waffles. They made fish waffles back then too but no hurricane potatoes. I got one because it was only $1 each and I […]