Grubbin’ in another City
I’ve never been one to have a waning appetite due to any number of circumstantial reasons. Even when I’m sick, more often than not, I want to eat to provide a mere comfort to the massive discomfort of being sick in the first place.
Needless to say, I ate my way through the trip. I must have brought back at least 10 lbs as a souvenier!
I still didn’t get why I had to pay for a coconut when it seemed like they were everywhere.
A version of ‘otai using mango (will do a video on this too).
Fresh cooked octopus caught by a family friend…YUUUUM!!
He’d apparently caught it in knee deep water spear fishing =0
OYSTERS! …have I told you lately that I love you!!??
and of course, the plate wouldn’t be complete without a mayo-based salad
The oh so famous shrimp truck…apologies for the bad pic, I was SUPER hungry. Now to be completely honest, it was definitely delish but most definitely not something you cannot recreate at home. I love seafood…I LOVE shrimp, I love butter, I love garlic, and of course I love rice. You can combine these things for this experience at home without the hefty price of nearly $1/shrimp! I also tried the hot & spicy and those were my favorite. I will definitely be recreating this at home for myself with a bulkier shrimp ratio to rice.