I was very
busy lazy today (well, Saturday, seeing as it’s officially Sunday now), and just didn’t feel like creating this sooner. Luckily, Sunday starts with an “S” too, so Scrapbook Sunday it is this week! :)
This may be the last of my OCMD vacation pictures I post. I have more, and I like them, but I haven’t decided if they are really blogworthy and entertaining enough to really post on here. Maybe, we’ll see. If you’d like to see them, let me know!
Just a very simple page this week. It’s late, my eyes are a little tired, and I unfortunately didn’t have a birthday kit in my digital scrapbook program I’m currently using. It has been a tradition for us to go to a hibachi place for my hubby’s birthday every year since we moved to NJ and discovered this place there called “Nagasaki”. We usually just went there, ordered the hibachi food, but only ever sat at regular tables because we didn’t know how the whole hibachi experience went. Since we no longer live in NJ near Nagasaki, and we decided to take this sort of last minute trip to OCMD for the week of my hubby’s 30th birthday, he still wanted to go to a hibachi place for dinner on his birthday, so we found this place called “Sakura” in the outlets on the Coastal Gateway. We had the true hibachi experience this time, no regular tables in this place (at least none that we saw)! We sat at a table with a family who was there for the dance competition taking place that same week (we watched some of it the first full day there) and a mom and her son who lived very close to where I went to college. The chef was very fun and entertaining – sadly I didn’t catch any scallops in my mouth, but hubby did! He even got a special ice cream dessert for his birthday, which I didn’t manage to get a picture of, and I even got one too! (coupon for a freebie was an excellent find amongst my many coupon booklets)
We would definitely go there again to eat whenever we end up taking a vacation in OCMD. I highly recommend it for anyone who likes that kind of food and is going there or lives in the area.
…It was a little weird, though, to have a waitress dressed in a kimono who had an Irish (?) accent…talk about a culture clash!