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... to live in another country and become immersed in the culture came as a result of being selected as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Malaysia. That adventure began on January 3, 2013 when we waved good bye at Newark Airport. After months of Skype and FaceTime conversations...the time has come for a real time hug!!! So I sit here at JFK with Mike (aka Daddy) waiting to begin our trip to see Amanda! Stay ...
... Too bad. We went around the corner and had lunch in a gourmet deli called Balducci's. Very nice lunch, and we sat people-watching at the window for a while... good chance for me to make the girls realise that eating with decorum IS important! We were being watched while we were watching you see... By the time lunch was done we had to head over to Amsterdam, which is in the Northern area of town. We had to revisit the Green Tortoise because Scott had left his shoes on the bus a week ...
... just the salt air and fresh roll and maybe a bit of sand was enough. Oh my God how good life was.
Eating those hotdogs was one of my best memories as a kid but the thing that I think meant the most to me was the night my Dad called me over by the grills and asked if I would like to help him cook. I think this might have been one of the best nights of my young life. I can remember feeling 10 feet tall. No getting into trouble, no getting yelled at by Mom, just me and my Dad ...
Maybe it was a perfect summer night, a fabulous Greek love song singer, but some restaurant stand out in a vacation. My nominee is Gorog Kansco.
The stuffed grape leaves were firm and tasty, the greek fruit soup was just so. Try the mousaka ( potatato, eggplant, ...
... if so desired, but, i think, well worth it)