The Veggie Wagon is awesome as well. Yummy fresh fruits and specialty items. Love it.
Surf House restaurant in Carolina Beach has great breakfast and lunch that use fresh ingredients. Salads, fruits, daily ceviche specials. It's the closest place to Kure Beach for fresh fruit, yogurt and healthy breakfast. Or unhealthy Hashbrowns, Bacon, etc.
Upset in North Meck: Sorry we upset you! The headline of the blog, written by the blog's editor, was meant to be lighthearted, not offensive in any way.
- Kimberly Lawson, Managing Editor
@Upset in North Meck: You must be kidding! Seriously. That bothered you? You're really that sensitive up there?
"trek up north"? Huntersvile? Seriously? To an area just south of River Run country club along a fairly major road? I know it's not exactly Dilworth or Meyers Park but could you be more condescending to the area north of 485? Heaven forbid you ever have to go to Mooresville or Statesville (neither or which I'd consider a "trek up north") or even North Wilkesboro.
Im so happy you captured the city on the roof top during the day :) It's so stunning, too bad we didn't dance together to bring up the sunrise!
Must join the beerrfest next year when im officially an adult lol!
what youve mentioned above seems so awesome!!
Good times good times...like the blog (I'd say it's a very accurate depiction)! Just wanted to note the time you stated on your stick bug video (4AM) haha!
Congratulations on your escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, even if just for a brief moment to enjoy the distant view of those beautiful mountains.
You have to have dimsum, wonton noodles, the street food and clothes shopping in Mong Kok. There's a street that sells a lot of unique things along with knock-offs, i don't remember the name right now, if you plan to buy things there, make sure you haggle, pay at least 1/2 of what they want.
For the bar scene, go to Lan Kwai Fong.
Head to Lan Kwai Fong - probably the most fun you'll ever have. http://www.lankwaifong.com/index.php?page=…
Eat Dragon Fruit. Avoid the fish vagina (no, I'm not kidding).
-Kevin (fellow Charlottean)
Hey Ivan!!! So, what should I be seeking then? I already had YUMMY noodles and brown rice cheese bread but I'm looking for something extra... HONG KONG. Ideas? :)
Welcome to my hometown. Enjoy your stay. I hope your hosts will show you an authentic side of HK. PS. You won't find used panties vending machines in HK. That's supposedly in Japan. ;) -Ivan (Acuraworld)
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