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Salmon and Sole Croquettes

After cutting off the perfect fillets from our recent fish purchases, I had a few end pieces left over.  Too thin in my opinion to make a lunch meal with but just perfect for… 251 more words

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Parks, Monuments, Statues and Sculptures - Oh My!

Uruguay loves its statues, sculptures and almost any style of artwork. You can see the European influence in the buildings and its flair in the bronze busts found inside buildings and churches. 449 more words

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Trust in me, just in me… watch Embrace of the Serpent

Ciro Guerra’s Embrace of the serpent (2015) is one of those films in which the story matters less than the atmosphere they create, the magic they diffuse, the spell they cast on the viewer. 699 more words


Human Sacrifice Among the Inca

The Inca had a different way of going about sacrifices than many other cultures. First of all, the Inca rarely, if ever, sacrificed prisoners, or even adults in general. 300 more words


Fish Market at the Buseo Port

On Saturday we walked down to the Buceo Port as Joe was asking for fish. We got the salmon again, and just like the first time, it was fabulous. 143 more words

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Tenderloin and Beet Greens

Loving what you do, learning something new every day, working to have a good life, it all fits into our way of life.  Before retirement we had time for so little, between work, taking care of a house, yard, Jennifer which was the best part…the days fell very short of hours, our lives were a constant rush here, rush there.  271 more words

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Recycling Done a Different Way

We read about the horse and wagons that drove around the streets going from trash bin to trash bin. Some people felt it was a good idea while others felt these folks left garbage on the sidewalks and in the streets and that in itself outweighed any good their recycling did. 105 more words

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