I have been away from the blogging world for a while. I just got back from vacation, but prior to that, things at work were crazy as I was trying to get everything ready before we I left. My life will be pretty hectic at work until the middle of November because our department is hosting a fairly large event. But I digress. Brandon and I headed to Panama City Beach again this year to observe the Feast of Tabernacles. An observance we keep every year in the fall.
We had a great time. The beach was gorgeous. We laid out and listened to our ipods. At one point Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison came on and I just kept tapping my foot against the sand. Nothing like a nice day at the beach. Man do I miss having an ocean nearby. The the condo we stayed at was really nice too.
This year we actually had a few really good meals. We discovered this little hole in the wall Indian Restaurant called The Curry Pot. It was beyond awesome. The Mattar Paneer was AMAZING! I also recommend the lamb curry and the Mango Lassi. If you’re ever in Panama City Beach check them out- the food is awesome.
We also discovered this little place called Sheesha Cafe. They make some awesome gyros and tabouli. So yummy. The owner was such a nice guy too. I hope his business takes off- especially since the dining in Panama City beach is not that culturally diverse. Most restaurants there are tourist trap places which are never good.
Besides going to the beach and shopping, we looked forward to brewing some awesome coffee and watching the Golden Girls. The TV selection kind of sucked. I guess because there are a ton of old retirees, they looped golden girls and I love Lucy all day pretty much. It was like being in a time warp but in a good way.
Here are a few pictures from our trip: