Last minute bread to dip in soup.
my small adventures.
I will be making this stuffing tomorrow. What’s on your menu?
While in Yelapa, we stayed in the small town so we got to know the neighborhood. The cobblestone streets have no names so the brightly colored buildings, hanging laundry, and street dogs help you find your way.
One of my favorite aspects of going to a new land is discovering new flora and fauna. The rainy season had just ended so the vegetation was green and lush, and animal inhabitants were out and about. Birds, reptiles, and four-legged friends mingled with scheffleras, palm trees, ancient ferns, hibiscus flowers and colorful crotons. My only regret is not seeing the iguana tree!
There were so many town dogs of all different breeds shapes and sizes. This was the lone chihuahua.
A large smiling lizard ventured into our casita. The animals and plants are so jovial in paradise.
I finally got another stamp in my passport. I’ve never been this far south in world where the climate, flora and fauna is so exceptionally different, not to mention the way of life. T’was a tropical, no plans, toes in sand, ocean swimming, food eating, bird watching, book reading, hammock rocking vacation. This was me…
sin margarita y libro. mas a venir.