I'm feeling loads better tonight!! That makes me a very happy camper given this morning I was at my hacking cough/wheezing best. I finally have some colour back in these cheeks of mine. Woohoo! :o)
I'll get to continuing the tale of my Victoria exploits but let's deal with some business first. Shall we?
Blogger Secret Santa
I still have to catch you up on more of my vacation explorations but first I want to address the subject of the 2009 Blogger Secret Santa organized by the awesome Danielle of Around the World in 340 Days. To participate all you have to do is send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Bloggie Secret Santa" in the subject and your name and address in the body. She'll be announcing the swaps on November 27th!
I'm definitely participating and have already sent my info! Are you in? :o)
Calling All Canadian Food Bloggers
The wonderful peeps over at Broth Don't Lie have put together a very comprehensive list of Canadian food/health bloggers. Head on over to their site and see if you're included. If you or anyone else is missing feel free to get in touch with the admins!
GAIAM - 99cent Shipping
For a limited time the GAIAM online store is offering 99cent shipping (until December 8th). They have all sorts of cool health and fitness products perfect for Christmas gift giving!
Garmin Forerunner at a Steal!!!!
While shopping at Costco recently I noticed that they were selling the highly coveted Garmin Forerunner for just under $175!!! That's a great price!
Don't have a Costco near you? That's okay you can get it online at the Costco.ca store. For American customers - you should still be able to use your U.S. Costco card to shop on the Canadian site.
Whew! Now that we're done with that - let's get on with the eats!!! :oP
Victoria's Best Sushi - Tamami on Fisgard
When the Fiance and I decided we were heading back to Victoria I knew what one of my first restaurant stops would be. Tamami.
Say it with me "Tamami!" lol :oP Doesn't it just sound the way good sushi should sound?
Upon our arrival we were given warm tea towels to clean our hands and faces. This was promptly followed by a lovely tea pot of Japanese Genmaicha tea (a lose leaf green tea with brown rice).
The edamame was also complimentary. Did I mention it had been 14 months since I'd last been there?!?! Impressive.