lot of meals and eat with missionaries often!"
I made her favorite homemade whole wheat sweet rolls a few times. Nothing quite like "tastes from home.."
Many meals out and about followed and it was a fun part of our time together.
Johannesburg is a melting pot and the places to eat are limitless. Plus, the food is fresh, creative and healthy here. There are many things we will miss. Emi liked going to the grocery store and photographing the fruits and vegetables. Her dad also was an expert at cutting fresh mangoes and making smoothies!
Our very first night dinner, we took Emi to Wombles. This fun restaurant in Parktown was a great way to welcome Emi to South Africa, with a delicious meal and atmosphere. We all enjoyed a fillet, due to the fact that South Africa does meat better than anywhere we have ever been!
During our daughter's brief stay, we were able to invite many together to dine with us and to meet her. We appreciate the many new friends we have made that are willing to take the time and gather together with us to meet our daughter. They truly showed such love with their time and interest.
|She knows how to pick everything from food, to fun shops, to fun places!|
|Getting to go out together another evening with Lynne and her great husband Theo was a highlight of our time together. They are such generous friends and picked the #1 rated restaurant in Johannesburg on trip advisor:|
-Cafe Del Sol- Botannical
|A dinner together at Doppio Zero, where we enjoyed sweet chili chicken pizza, pasta and thai chicken salad. Our favorites and fun to share with Emi.|
|We loved our meal at Tasha's at Hyde Park. The food below shows why it is one of our favorite places. Tessa greeted us and Emi did a feature on their food for her blog, The Well Traveled Wife.|
|No room for dessert after this amazing meal of Eggs Benedict, Coconut French Toast and Butternut Salad.|