Mexican, Hawaiian, Irish, Turkish, and Dutch… Oh my!

It’s been entertaining to see where the girls have gone out this week. Here’s a quick cap:

This was Chelsea’s birthday dinner at one of the top rated Mexican restaurant in Melbourne called “Gringo Vibes”. The owner came from San Francisco over 10 years ago and opened up shop. With decent prices (for Australia) and yummy food, it was a scrumptious touch of familiar for me. Thanks Ben! www.gringovibes.com
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The girls were taken back by my “bazaar” order of fish tacos. “Fish on a taco?! That’s just weird.” They were also totally amused with the Corona bottle salt and pepper shakers. Below is the cheapest beer I’ve found so far (price is per can) and the trusty “Tapatio” had never been heard of at our table. “Wow! That’s good… What is it?”
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Next was a Hawaiian Tiki lounge called “Luwow”. (Anyone else think it’s ironic that I fly half way around the planet to a brand new country and have Mexican followed by Hawaiian?) Makes me laugh. I will say it was absolutely entertaining to again watch the girls with their new findings. From the flowered shirts and beach decor to the drink menu that had our typical Rum drinks (for $20)… it was all Hawaii. www.theluwow.com
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These finger puppets came in the umbrella drinks… Clever.
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Finally, 4 guys walk into a bar… 2 Irish, 1 Turkish and a Dutchman. Can you tell who’s who?
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One thought on “Mexican, Hawaiian, Irish, Turkish, and Dutch… Oh my!

  1. Fish Taco’s : Come to Hawaii for da kine! Mahimahi and ahi tacos are wonderful here!

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