Unfortunately, resting didn't really happen. My mother and I decided we would try to go to the Exhibition Center again, and this time make it there. Before we got there we stopped in Kensington Market to this amazing restaurant called Hibiscus. One of my favorites, it has vegan crepes and ice creams, as well as these amazing mixed vegetable salads.
|One day I will try to attempt this amazing salad|
|Sweet potato, quinoa, tofu, mixed beans, carrots, green beans, broccoli and a scrumptious raw cracker!|
We got to the Exhibition Center and the first thing we did was go on some carnival rides. Let me tell you, I do not have the stomach that I had when I was 13. After two rides, my mom and I looked at each other and I knew that we were both done. Now, try walking around a huge exhibit for two hours feeling like you're going to throw up, and like you have a seriously severe case of vertigo. It was pretty non-restful for a rest day.
I did not get to see the deep fried butter (yes, that's right), that everyone was talking about. But I did see this:
Dinner was a salad, not just because I was too tired to cook anything, but because it was the only thing my stomach could handle.
|Romaine, baby greens, radishes, red pepper, onion, pumpkin seeds and easy balsamic dressing|