Downtown Cariló in a more peaceful moment.
Breakfast delivered to the house every morning. Gooooood stuff.
Atop these tall trees, there were many, many birds nests with many, many little birdies. You could tell when the parents were away gathering food because the birdies were going berserk, tweeting their brains out. Not so different from a typical Argentine child at any moment during its existence.
I don't know what these birds were, but they were poking around in the ground for food. Maybe they needed to fill up before flying back to the noisy nests.
This snail is not here anymore, but he left us his old clothes as a gift.
Who knew mushrooms could grow in sand? By the way, this thing was huuuuuge.
With your pizza, you can get a Kokicola or Eleven-Up (I'm kidding - probably).
Belu at the front door to our place for the weekend. Muy lindo!
Abuela Goya makes some really good helado. Belu tries to magically get more from her.
...while I'm busy trying to make nice..
We, uhhh, got fondue twice. Once with meat/oil, and once with cheese. This is the cheese version. Belu is in charge of the long fork at the moment and will heretofore have an additional nickname --> The Fondue Master. (McRae, we ate this in your honor both times.)
I guarantee you that this dessert is bigger than it looks in this picture. By the way, we Uncle Frank'd it. For those who don't know (ok, nearly all of you), that means we didn't leave a single morsel, even though we knew of the negative health consequences.
They sell a LOT of sweets in this town. This is a chocolate store with loads of good stuff including rows and rows of chocolate huevos.
I'm smiling because I thankfully can't feel my feet anymore. The first 30 seconds were frighteningly painful.