Breakfast: Yogurt and Granola
Rating: B+ (the meat was awesome, the sides just so-so)
Highlights: Two big pieces of meat (grilled fish and a fried patty of some sort), potato balls
Lowlights: Pickled beans and spinach
Lunch snack: Balance Cup Blueberry Bar- Another great member of the Balance Cup team, it is advertised as a bar but is really indvidually wrapped nuggets. They are pretty dry and chalky, but taste good, almost like a less sweet shortbread with blueberry in them.
Dinner: Nachos, Beef Burrito and Chicken Chimichanga at El Techo (split between Heather and I). El Techo is the only Mexican restaurant within an hour of us, and thankfully, it is a good one. Run by an American (from Seattle), it is staffed by “real-life” Mexicans and the food is on par to, if not better than, most of the Mexican places I have visited in the States. Best yet, English is spoken by all the staff and almost all the customers!
Late Night: After letting the Mexican settle for an hour and a half, it was time to head to the Mini Stop for some late night ice cream. My weapon of choice: The Crunky Bar!