Sunday, July 4, 2010
The aroma that filled the air when I rounded to corner.. WOW! It smelled alot like Lawry's Seasoned Salt but with 10 times the power. I just had to take a picture of this outside spice vendor. While we were there, the wind was so strong that it made their large umbrella's covering peel away from the spokes. It was too tall for me to reach. My husband reached over and helped with such ease.
Posted by Kathy at 5:49 PM
Saturday, June 19, 2010
This is the sculpture "Gold Child." This is a sculpture that is known by the people in Odessa as "Baby Odessa." Odessa is considered to be a young city in Ukraine. It sits at the port of Odessa here. It can be shocking to unexpecting visitors to be greeted with this.
Posted by Kathy at 4:25 AM
Monday, June 7, 2010
This is where we went yesterday. It was such a beautiful day out. It definitely has a European feel in this country. It is obvious that everyone loves to be outside here. With the trees, and wonderful shade, I can't say that I would blame them much. There are many beautiful days here. We sat outside to enjoy our meal.
Below you will see the flowers that were on our table. If you look closely, you will see that we had a visitor for lunch.
Beside us in a raised bed were beautiful flowers.
Posted by Kathy at 8:26 PM
Sunday, June 6, 2010
We broke down and went to a Mexican Restaurant here. We have been SO spoiled in the States. There are no refills of chips and salsa here. Everything you get extra, you pay extra.
Below, you will find the beans, pico, sour cream and hiding underneath, some cheese. The other side is what they said was guacamole. It is not guacamole as I know it. This version is made of egg yolk, maybe some milk, dill weed.
The tortillas were fresh and warm.
Posted by Kathy at 2:08 PM
Below, you will see pictures from the fork in the road after the tree lined awning. If you face one way, you will see one of the views. If you face the other, you will see the other view.
Posted by Kathy at 1:18 PM