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  1. fitandfortysomething.com

    what a sexy pic girl! love all the veggie food too!

  2. Hannah

    Oooh, I definitely would have wanted to try that "soy" fish that Matt got! Crazy town 🙂 And you know what Himalayan Salt works wonders with, right? Chocolate. Chocolate chocolate!(P.S. I may not be able to understand you Americans with your thick grey gravy for breakfast, but I love y'all anyway.)

  3. Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga)

    you look so sassssssyyyyy! in that last pic. love it! rawwwrrrrr! i can hear you roar from here 🙂
    i love baby corn. First pic = swoon
    and who would EVER pay more than $100 for a holiday inn LOL. great job on 59!

  4. bitt

    you won my contest! email me at bittofraw@gmail.com with your address and I will mail your V-pure to you.

  5. Erin at thehealthyapron

    looks like fun!! I wish I could go on vacation soon!

  6. Amanda

    !! I love all your travel updates! You two certainly know how to make use of your free time and explore food! Breakfast is hands down my favorite meal of the day, and this place looks in sane ! ! And the club sounds like so much fun!

  7. Lauren

    Ah you hit up all of my favorite Dallas restaurants! I lived in Oak Cliff before I moved to Philly…I really miss it!

  8. Matt

    About the temple…

    1. It's not in the best part of town. Amber tends to drag me to places where I question the security of just locking the doors. It's called "adventure" for a reason I suppose. 😉
    2. Literally, chanting going on in there. I don't know what they were saying and, if I had to bet, they probably didn't either. But, it was definitely reminiscent of the Hare Krishna mantra.
    3. Regardless, the food was good. They had a really neat squared off outdoor area with a tree growing in the middle. Too hot to sit out there though. So we watched other people swelter and eat hot food from the peace and comfort of the air conditioned dining area inside.
    4. If you go there, you may get confused by the fact that it looks like the buffet is through the door opposite the gift shop and it starts abruptly. We got food and sat down before anyone even attempted to talk to us. It wasn't until we were close to done when a helper/waitress came by. She also delivered a check (so much for "suggested donation"). You pay in the gift shop.

    Overall, worth a visit.


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