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... to be paired. The first is several Eucalyptus trees in the fog (there is a LOT of fog in our area). The second photo is one of these "Painted" or "Rainbow" eucalyptus. When the bark peels the extraordinary colors are revealed. Isn't that cool?
This is a photo of a few of the coffee plants on our plantation.
... was a realtor and she knew everyone AND their backstory. We spent the day with the Tico version of Marilyn, as Ana and Norman know EVERYONE! Tico, gringo...everyone. We learn about Mark, the vet from Wisconsin, about Susan who has just been found to have macular degeneration and needs to sell her house quickly, that Sharon is in the States and Butch is staying in her house until she gets back, about this person and that. Sometimes we stop in the middle of the road while they ...
... I have uploaded a pretty good video of our drive from home to Ana and Norm's house. It is a little long, but if you watch it all the way through you'll see a landslide covering part of the road. It happened a couple of days ago. The video really doesn't show the steepness of the area (or one and one half car width road) very well, but you'll get the idea.
Today we are heading into San Ramon to buy a box of tissues (Jeff is feeling ...
... the mandatory insurance and thinking that if someone hadn't done their research beforehand they would think they were being ripped off. It would be tough to be one of the guys behind the counter telling some suspicious American that, "Yes, we DO have to put a $4,000 hold on your credit card." Once all the paperwork is done, the fellow explains to us where different stuff in the car is located - including the first aid kit. I'm starting to wish I'd brought ...
... at my host family's house. They live in a very humble yet welcoming home. Absolutely nicest people I have ever met. I arrived on Mother's day and I got to meet both grandmas and I was invited to a house party to celebrate their special day. It was incredible. We had chicharrones and cacique and talked about Mexican culture and how that was for me growing up. I was impressed by how very respectful and ...