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... one street to no avail, returned and headed down a second way and found a hole in the wall place with a few locals eating. We each ordered the fried chicken (always a safe meal since it is their main food option and thus know how to prepare it) and I thought I ordered a beer and Marc a coke.
We waited as the "place" filled up with scruffy looking patrons, and finally a great dish of a healthy piece of chicken with rice and more arrived. Still ...
... what I know by watching and loving everything.”
Enrolling in Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, Carver supported himself through his skill as a laundryman by doing shirts for students, then transferred to the Iowa State College of Agriculture. There among his most lasting impressions was the statement of his best-loved teacher, Henry Cantwell Wallace, editor of the popular Wallace’s Farmer, that “nations endure only as long as their ...
... of ten grains of rice for every three scoops of any Indian curry. When at Mexican restaurants, Kendra eats her rice and Lydia eats Kendra's beans. You get the idea. After being in Hispanic countries where rice is a major staple, and the fact that when cooking for ourselves we can only afford pasta and rice, she has now acquired a taste for the stuff. The other day, she even bought a bag of it to switch it up from our pasta routine. Hurray!
To continue with the food ...
... half a block from the Plaza de Armas. They offered tidy spacious en-suite rooms with cable TV and Wi-Fi, with a choice of fan or air-con. They offered excellent single rates.
Hostal Casa de Palos, Jr. Leoncio Prado 155, Tel: +51 (42) 52-0479. This boutique hotel a block from the Plaza de Armas was one of my favourites in town. The stylish rooms boast nice floorings, good mattresses ...
... of birds including some kind of hawk which we were told eats birds but it was diving into the river, maybe it was cooling off! As we meandered down the quieter parts of the river, we could see people on the bank washing their clothes which i didnt expect to see and fortunately, we didnt capsize, we did go for a swim tho :-)
While in the van to take us to the river we saw rice fields, i didnt know they grew rice here but apparantly ...