Familiar Things, Foreign Places

So after the Pikachu failure, we really needed some Mexican food. Luckily, my coworker knows of a good place.

and I'm back in the mission

and I’m back in the mission

Taco Amigo sounds improbable, and for the most part it is. However, it’s located in Itaewon, the more foreigner friendly area of the city. And let me say- the food held up.

oh how I've missed you

oh how I’ve missed you

It was delicious! I got the steak fajitas. If you’re in Itaewon and like Mexican food, check out Taco Amigo. The interior was so reminiscent of Mexican restaurants at home, I actually became a little homesick. But in a happy sort of way. inside tacosWhile we were in the area, we decided to visit High Street Market, a little store that caters to the foreign population. I found some old friends there, like Rogue’s: rogues And then, the great love of my life reappeared, as if from a dream. Just sitting there, waiting for me.

hello beautiful

hello beautiful

So the day ended on a very positive note.


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