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Language by Baptism: Parte Dos

As intimated previously, here are two food photos: of today’s lunch at our host’s local restaurante; tortilla soup followed by queso enchiladas con salsa verde: 478 more words

Education

Challenges of Walking around Puerto Vallarta.

The streets of this town are all cobblestone. The sidewalks in the outlying areas are irregular and broken. Both require a level of diligence and stamina, not to mention solid footwear. 13 more words

There's A Bucket In My Sink, Dear Liza, Dear Liza

Well, when Gill told me about the phenomenon of the sink bucket, it sounded like a nursery rhyme to me. It may as well have been since it, like fairy tales, makes no sense at all…or at least to a North American mind. 683 more words

Humour

I want...

I want to live somewhere time worn and weather beaten and still standing strong and proud. A haven with cobblestone streets and shuttered windows and red doors and pubs where you play darts and know everyone by name. 234 more words

My Bohemian Life

Bergen, Norway

This is an image of the city Bergen in Norway – reminds me a lot of the Swedish west coast, with the streets, wooden houses & cobblestone streets – buildings that is wonderful & appealing.

Scandinaviantravels  

Take care / Marie  

Homes / Interiors

Divergent lives

THAT’S MY child bride on the right when she actually was a child. The other is a sister, one of many.

They lived in a small town in the State of Michoacán. 50 more words

Mexico