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... to form thin cakes, served with a mayo-based sauce. Pretty darn good. Dinners for both of us were mofongos. Yeah, go look it up, not sure exactly what it is, but seemed to be a bowl of mashed plantains (!) holding a meat of choice - chicken, fish, seafood medley, or steak. We opted for the latter two, the seafood (with criollo sauce - a tomato and pepper-based sauce) for me and the steak (or churrasco) for ...
... helpless. It's the same feeling his momma is feeling as she watches him fade fast without being able to help him. She is there to nurse but he is not nursing. I can't imagine what she must be going through. The tears build up fast and instead of watching, I separate myself. Until this moment, I can't recall the last time I cried.
I am thankful for this feeling. I am thankful I am hurting. I am thankful I am angry. I am thankful ...
The surrounding are so lush with trees that breakfast seemed unreal in an open kitchen with my great friend and a man that I feel I have known all my life.
The first order of business was going on a call for a baby horse that had been born last night at 9pm. His name was Ojos Bellos. He indeed has beautiful eyes although they were fading fast. When we arrived he was weak and unable to stand. I am not very knowledgable in ...
... to his pet famiily that includes 2 cats and 3 dogs. Pluto, Lola and Julie and I don't remember the cats names. Pluto immediately took to liking us and made sure of always being around so he could get attention.
We also had Puerto Rican beer Medalla. Taste a lot like pilsner or Heinekan. We were treated to dinner prepared by him that included fresh caught lobster in galic butter sauce ( caught by him that same day), fresh fish, an Indian white starchy root, ...
... at all!
We thought it was so lucky that we missed the turn and saw the desolate part of the park first and got to enjoy the quiet serenity of it all at our own pace.
Enough talking have a look at the great pictures.
Stopped for pizza for lunch, then began making our way back to Aguadilla. Oops one wrong turn, were delayed by an accident, then another and seen one on the other side. We were glad to be home and Len said no more long hot ...
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