As it predictably was going to.
I apologize to everyone who kept coming back every now and then while I continually failed to write anything. I thought I would at least be courteous enough to post and make it official-- I can't keep up with regular blogging anymore (as life would inevitably have it). Thank you all for reading when I was out and about taking pictures of this and that, I sincerely appreciate it. And while I still enjoy frequenting what Vancouver (and the GVRD... and food in general) has to offer, unless I have a camera on hand with me, I don't believe there will be anymore extensive posts.
I hoped to keep this short and sweet, and hopefully this is short enough. There may always be more pictures every now and then-- I just posted another that I had in my drafts for quite a while, but as of now, this is an indefinite hiatus.
Much and many thank yous,
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Blah. blah, Japanese food, blah blah blah starving, blah blah all-you-can-eat, blah. You won't read this anyways so just look at the excessive amount of food you can get here. We just came back from Victoria, we were hungry, and this place is known for pretty good ayce. The service was sparse, but huge credit to all of them for being able to keep such a busy place afloat, and everyone generally happy. Huge credit.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Bahahah.It's been almost a month since I last updated.
...I do apologize;; Life has been flipped on it's head-- In a good way, but flipped none the less.
But we can thank Ben of Chowtimes for this blogpost though; His new blogroll made me realize how long I had been neglecting all of this!
Haha, at any rate... I did, I did, I really did want to try more restaurants than I did when in Victoria, but we all just got so caught up with this one particular place, Red Fish Blue Fish.
Friday, October 8, 2010
Time for breakfast! The place we were staying at had a cafe connected to it, and we decided to drop by to see how things were. Welcome to JBI Cafe.
Monday, September 20, 2010
I urge everyone who feels the need to comment on their own experiences at this eatery to read the entirety of this blog post first. Comments that have been left appear to overlook a number of points that address non-issues, and create false assumptions.
Furthermore, I am not here to personally attack the Tibetan Kitchen. Reading the blog post will clarify this.
First night in Victoria, and we were starving. Walked around a bit, hoping to avoid tourist traps, and ended up here, Tibetan Kitchen Cafe.
Before I go on, I have no experience with specifically Tibetan food. Did I know if what I ate was authentic or not? Nope. So I'm simply going on how I thought it tasted, and how I thought the experience at the restaurant was. Alright? Super.
That being said... I'm a little hesitant to write this. I'd hate to knock a humble eatery. I better be careful on how I continue.