Watermelon Cucumber Mint Agua Fresca

Let’s face it. It’s HOT out there. And anything cool, fizzy and fresh is right up my alley (no pun intended) – especially when it combines all the best flavors of summer: mint leaves, cucumber and watermelon. Agua fresca (which translates to “fresh water”) is a common drink found throughout Mexico. Not only…
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Whimbrel

The Whimbrel is a member of the Curlew family. It is primarily a coastal species found on marshes, beaches and rocky shores, often in flocks, but it forages singly. It feeds more by picking, less by probing, than other Curlews. Photo taken on the beach in Guayabitos back in 2008 by Roger Williams. Roger happens to be Allyson’s…

Dog Days of Summer

Hi, this is Taco the Dog. My Mom told me I had to write something because we’re in the Dog Days of Summer. I’m not sure what that means, but I’m really excited to introduce myself and tell you about my summer. In case we haven’t met, my name is Señor Taco el Valiente (which means Sir Taco the Brave), but everyone…

Camille’s Conjectures: Learning to Live in Mexico – Part 3

A funny thing happened on the way to our casa… As we trudged the last steamy, dusty leg of our daily shopping excursion back up the hill to our casa, we came upon a sight that stopped us in our tracks. It made me giggle and my husband chuckle for several minutes til the heat got the best of us and we continued on our way. Let me…

Golden Sunset

This photo captures the gorgeous golden sky as the sun set in Guayabitos on Sunday, July 10th. Photo by Lyle Brown. azithromycin 500 erfahrungen cipro for uti what bacteria does ciprofloxacin kill azithromycin 250mg tablets 6 pack acyclovir 200mg how much does cialis cost ciprofloxacin 500 mg tabletten viagra for sale viagra 100 side…

Camille's Conjectures: Learning to Live in Mexico - Part 2

Last night was magical on the rooftop! We try to do our daily chores around this huge Casa: dust the floors, water the numerous plants until the rainy season and then that is taken care of, as well as the dust; or so we are told. We do our daily food shopping down the hill (everything is “down” the hill here although that…