|This morning we had breakfast at Cafe O again, it was just too good and close to not go twice. I had the hotcakes with berries, bananas and marscapone and Brian had the corn cakes with thick bacon and roasted tomatoes.|
|They say there are more sheep than people in New Zealand, so it wasn't surprising to find herds of them wandering around Cornwall Park. I couldn't help but practice my sheep calls, however I'm not sure they understood my accent. Seems to be a common problem around here, seriously.|
|After the park we visited the Auckland War Memorial Museum which was nice but had to be the weirdest collection of objects. Ranging from modern clothing to Maori artifacts to a cage of American cockroaches. Unfortunately, my obsession with order made it a hard collection to peruse, as I kept trying to figure out how it all made sense together - no luck there. |
However, after leaving, we drove along the coast and found some beautiful outlooks like this one.
|Finally, because I know you were getting worried (we did eat lunch at BurgerFuel), we ate dinner at a place called MooChowChow, because really, why wouldn't you eat at a place called that? Boasting delicious craft cocktails and Thai tapas, it did not disappoint. Brian had his first oyster ever (far right) and enjoyed it for a while (before it faded into "fishy" taste). I had the son-in-law eggs, which apparently Thai women make for their daughter's husbands, if they like them. (Yes, mom, I know you'd make them for Brian.) We also had a delicious crispy salmon, jasmine rice, and Brian had a pork spring roll.|
That seemed good for one day, thanks for stopping by!