Andi and I have traveled to a lot of places together and one thing always holds true. No matter where we go, there's always one memorable food that sums up the entire trip. Who knew food held so many memories?
Nassau, Bahamas - Vinaigrette Salad
Our first trip together was a four-day cruise. I remember walking along the beach to find a restaurant for lunch and Andi and I stopping at the Ocean Club Resort - one of the nicest hotels in the area. We strolled into the beachside restaurant which was absolutely stunning. It felt like a movie - a cool breeze was sweeping through the white shear curtains, dark wood floor boards and a beautiful view of the ocean. I remember being so overwhelmed - it was one of the most beautiful moments I've ever experienced traveling. I think mostly because I'd never really seen anything like it before.
In 2007, Andi and I spent a week in Kauai, Hawaii. We stayed in our timeshare Coast Resort at the Beachboy which is fabulous because it has a full kitchen with plates, utensils, etc. So on the first day there, we hit up the island Wal-Mart and stocked up on groceries for the week. The resort has a few grills and patios outside for guests to enjoy which we thought was way better than going out for every meal. For some reason, we thought kabobs would be the easiest thing to make ... and make them we did. For every meal it seemed. I guess it's because we bought groceries and we wanted to make sure we used them all up before our week vacation was up. Sadly, now three years later, Andi and I still can't stomach the thought of eating kabobs. Yuck.