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  1. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Oh that first cup of coffee after an extended period without it is pure bliss. Even better when shared with a dear friend 🙂

  2. Vien

    I would have told the man off! 😛 I adore seaweed salad! Because not many people do, I have to order one for myself- more for me!!!!!!!! 😀

  3. Lou

    Oh yes, seaweed salad and edamame are always staples in my Japanese-ordering. So good. I thought an Americano had a dash of milk too? Looks good anyhow – the test of a good coffee – if it tastes amazing WITHOUT milk, then you are onto a winner for sure.

    Me and Viper are going to save up for a honeymoon in the States! I’ll need all your tips 🙂

  4. hungryandfrozen

    Ahh! SO much of your traveling awesomeness to catch up on. I will follow your San Fran adventures closely, since we’ve got 48 hours there on the way back to NZ.

    Hooray for non-swampy Mars Bar-esque chocolate bars, booo to creepers who try to read your writing over your shoulder.

    Happy travels! x

  5. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Wow, 3 weeks in Utah? Seems to have gone by so fast… but San Francisco is so much fun, with so many good things to eat and drink, so yay for that!

  6. Whispering Gums

    Oh San Francisco! Lovely place. And Jeniqua looks wonderful.

    Took me forever to work out a long black was an Americano.

  7. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    LOL “I was tempted to smoosh this chocolate into the face of the old man seated next to me on the third plane, because he didn’t seem to understand that it’s rude to read what a perfect stranger is typing on her laptop over her shoulder. Ultimately, however, my need for a sugar rush beat my desire to teach a rude old codger some manners.” Best line ever!! You know I think this one goes on the back of the dust jacket of your book 😛

  8. Agnes

    So were you typing up this post on the airplane and did the old codger read what you wrote about him?

  9. lindsay

    you are so right about the friends that can share food together, stick together. Love that sushi!

  10. Hotly Spiced

    Your holiday just seems to be getting better and better. I love chocolate caramel bars and that one looks awesome. Very contrasting with the edamame! xx

  11. CheezyK

    Oh, old friends + unjunked chocolate + REAL COFFEE + fabulous food … definitely equals a very good cure for glimmery fragment sadness.

  12. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Ah, so much sparklingness (and yes, jazziness 🙂 ) in this post! And I think you should have written that bit about the man looking over your shoulder whilst he was looking over your shoulder. That would have shown him.

  13. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    Don’t get me started on people on planes, my goodness! But on the rest of your post, yum, yum, yum and yay! I’m loving your travel stories.

  14. Catherine

    I love San Fran and yes to seaweed salad!

    And next time some creep is perving I would write a direct insult on the screen: My pet hate is people who screen-perve, a VERY RUDE HABIT and if I didn’t value my healthy bar so much it would be squished in your face SIR!! Shame on you and buzz off!!

  15. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    oh I love this! How good is blue bottle coffee?!?! love. Was such a treat to have a melbourne-style latte in the states. I’m sure you were craving it! So happy you had a lovely week with your friend!
    Heidi xo

  16. Emma

    I’m quite behind on your posts, because I was away for a long weekend catching up with an old friend of my own:) Much fun was had, but sadly no sushi.

    Hot damn I love seaweed salad! Hope you’re enjoying the heck out of California, even if you are looking for warm clothes!

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