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Burger Week was good and juicy

San Diego’s annual burger week was a big temptation of burgers and fries.  With many restaurants participating, I narrowed it down to three independent burger joints. First on the list was Cali “O” Burgers in Hillcrest. I looked over the menu and realized…

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In February 2017, we were privileged to attend the commemorative banquet for the 72nd Anniversary of the Marine’s Landing on Iwo Jima at Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Ca.  Our friend, Bill Behana, Master Sgt, USMC Ret, was 19 years old when he landed with…

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Hong Kong is Fascinating

Our cruise ended in Hong Kong and the majestic harbor was our lovely view during our stay. We stayed in the Kowloon district because it offered old sightings of Hong Kong with tailor shops promising to make a new suit in two days and watch stores selling…

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Cruising into Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, the limestone formations are quite a sight to behold. They are majestic looking and one of those wonders of the world, like Stonehenge.  Our Capt made sure we had exceptional views by going slow while approaching the…

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Not my usual post about food (next time), but we really got “local” in Hoi An, Vietnam! Chris had an exciting rickshaw ride and I had a massage and later threading of the eyebrows. His rickshaw ride was $5 and I saw him parade around the corner as if he…

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Hoi An, Vietnam, has become a culinary destination.  Just outside of Danang, restaurants and local markets provide plenty of Vietnamese food, fish and dining choices. We walked over the bridge and on cobblestoned streets until our group reached  Ms Vy’s…

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The Saigon Central Post Office in what is now called Ho Chi Minh City, is full of unusual activity compared to Post Offices I visit.  The outside of the post office appears gracefully designed and inside it is worth a long look.  Colonial style with high…

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We arrived in Thailand through a very busy working river.  The shoreline was dotted with colorful Buddhist temples, old shanties and floating fishing boats.  I thought to myself, this is just what I have seen in pictures and I’m slowly cruising past it.…

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Our goal on this Asia trip was to eat street food and experience highly rated restaurants.  Singapore, where our cruise began, held a special dining experience and worthy of its praise.  Summer Pavilion, a Michelin rated restaurant, is located in the…
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