Feb 25, 2012

Que pasa on the Isla

We now have the horse routine as part of our morning barking schedule.  Good vocal exercises for Caeli.

How lucky are we to see this every day.


Got all this off the veggie truck the other day, I think the mangoes were about 70 pesos each. The entire purchase was $1.78CAD.


Then Jaime the ice creme guy comes along with a litre of the homemade stuff. Your choice of flavour for 55 pesos.


Chava our shrimp guy sold us this kilo for 150 pesos. What was most impressive is that they were caught last night just out front. In fact I had mentioned to a few campers that there seemed to a large number of pangas converging quickly in one spot not far away. Who knew we would be the recepients of such freshly caught camarones. They were huge and melt in your mouth.


Last night after sunset we went out to dinner with Marjorie & Bob!


Sadly the restaurant was empty, I wonder how they will survive after Easter. The food was wonderful as always and I got to dance with Hugo again!



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6 Responses to “Que pasa on the Isla”

  1. What wonderful deals on fresh food!

    I was coming over here to see if you had recovered your blog, and I see you have. What did you have to go through to get control?

    The Good Luck Duck

  2. Always good deals on camarone and veggies , there. And his homemade ice cream is soo good making my mouth water.

  3. Sandie says:

    Our Skitz would be going nuts with the horses – backing up to get behind our legs and barking her head off. Scootz would want to go visiting.

  4. marty says:

    Merlin would be having a fit over the horses too!

  5. Elaine says:

    tucker and lilly would tell those big guys where to go and how to get there…great looking shrimp…love love love the horse pic

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