|He was very proud of the process he used to|
make the chocolate products he sold.
|Our hosts are Casa Mia Suites were the|
In the case of San Miguel, my husband continued a tradition we started in Spain over 10 years ago when I took a picture of the waiter at a restaurant in the Alhambra. Since that time we have accumulated photos of people from around the world...and the USA. Here are a few we took this last week in Mexico:
|Chocolate and a smile! He was very gallant and sweet...I liked that a lot.|
Taken at the San Augustin Chocolates & Churros
I think the scent of chocolate came home with
us and even permeated our clothing.
|Oaxacan rug maker came to town once every|
3 months. We bought one of his creations. He was grateful for a sale and
patted me on the shoulder as though I were his grandmother.
|A startling gorgeous bride parading with her groom, friends and family.|
They were all dressed in white.
|She smiled a beautiful crooked tooth smile|
when I ask to take her picture but made sure
she was hard at work when the actual picture was taken.
|In spite of the cobblestone streets and tiny colonial streets|
there are constant reminders that it is 2014...motorcycles, soldiers with
guns and luxurious Mercedes.
|The school children had just completed walking in a parade for|
their schools. This little girls must have scuffed her shoes because
this man, her grandfather perhaps, was treating her to a shoe shine.
I am sure there will be more but for now I am done. We will move on and begin planning a trip t Dubai. Stay tuned!