A “frappe” which seem to be really popular here. It’s an ok alternative to iced coffee.
Got a few candy bars that I’d never heard of before, just to try them. This one was almost like a Crunch bar.
Our lame attempt at cake and ice cream. I got a chocolate cake and Faith got almond Magnum Bars.
One of the only iced coffees I’ve found in this City.
Another cider, this one pear flavored from the Hand and Flower pub.
My favorite Pret sandwich: turkey, some kind of lettuce, and sweet pickle. Mmm!
“British strawberries” that I got at the V&A. They were a lot softer than the ones I’m used to from California.
Korean Festival food. Bulgogi dupbap (불고기 덮밥) or Korean BBQ beef with rice.
This was similar to the Wispa bar, only a LOT richer. Definitely had to wash down with some milk!
Not as good as Eat’s rice cakes, but they made a nice little snack.
This bar was really aerated, almost like a 3 Musketeers but not as creamy.
Finally found a good fish n chips place.
These are what fun adults look like, kids.
Homemade dinner made by Faith!
Best baked potato ever! Cheese, sour cream, and bacon. Mmm.
Otherwise known as “boba tea” … I got the original flavor, so it was like a creamy black tea with large tapioca balls on the bottom.
Ice cream that tasted like really sweet cool whip.
My cereal cocktail of Lucky Charms and Frosted Flakes.
Those chunks at the bottom are jelly. Weird, huh? You can’t get this in the US, and that’s my only justification for buying Starbucks here.
Got this from a Korean market vendor at the Korea Festival. I luuuuurve aloe!