San Francisco Arrival

Ive been in San Francisco for a few days and have soaked up a little of what the city has to offer in terms of food and culture. My jet lag is killing me still. I still want to go to bed at about 6 in the afternoon, but force myself to stay up. Then i awake at 5am and cannot get back to sleep. Oh well.After i awoke stupidly early on my first morning here i took a walk up to the top of the hill all the way to Lafeytte Park. On the way down i ended up walking through the district knowen as Little Saigon. So for breakfast i treated myself to a Banh Mi from Bagutte Express. It was awsomely good. Very similar to what i got for luch often in Brisbane, but better. I got the grilled pork version. The items that pulled it abouve the sandwiches i had tried before was the hot meat with crunchy pig skin. Vietnamese sandwiches seem pretty popular around here. Maybe i can get another one into me before i leave.
Later as i was wandering i picked up a hot dog from Fatt Dog. It was pretty good. Better than hotdogs in australia, but that isnt too hard.
After that i walked out to Mission to catch up with a Mr Ian. After a few brews we went and grabbed some Mexican (Mission is a very Mexican suburb) at El Matate
I grabbed a couple of tacos. Ian grabbed a seafood platter while Pumkin and Sarah got burritos. They tell me the first thing people want when they get back home is a burrito from here.

Mmm, cant seem to spell check. By the way i am in mexico writing this. Couldnt find anything but Macs in San Francisco.

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Roy

Roy

Growing veggies, keeping the solar going and listening to music; one might think Roy never leaves his home with his green thumb yet he is an adventurous foodie who loves trying the weird and wonderful cuisines of any culture. An electrical engineer by trade his nerdiness also crosses over into his love for folk music and playing warhammer.
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