The story continues on. Looks like I’ve got a detour in my plan, though, starting tomorrow. Let’s see how much I can get done. So much to do, so little time.
Many thanks to the locations that put up with me and my camera, and of course to all the readers that are enjoying these.
I’ve also got the first post translated now, thanks to my friend Ayu Ohseki. :D
This post has also been translated by Ayu Ohseki~
The little poms realized that food is a much needed necessity on their trip. Thankfully, they found a local restaurant very unique to the area!
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First on the menu: this restaurant is the only place to serve okonomiyaki in the area.
Of course, they also chowed down on the night’s sushi special, as well.
But the best part of the night- the chocolate parfait! It was very daunting to them.
It took quite a bit of work, but it was doable!
The poms were finally able to defeat the parfait and call it a night.
This is quite the vacation. Who knows what’s in store in the coming days!
All photos taken at Sushiyama Restaurant in Dallas, Tx.