This past February I met up with my bff Linda for a three week visit to Southern Vietnam and Cambodia. Both of us had never been to Asia and this was an easy choice for our first trip. Many people claim it as a favorite destination and it’s not hard to see why. The cities will keep […]
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Two years ago my husband and I visited Puerto Morelos, Mexico and I discovered the Little Mexican Cooking School, on Avenida Rojo Gomez . Puerto Morelos is a great home base for exploring the Yucatan Peninsula and only 20 minutes south of Cancun. We came back to visit this year and it was fun all […]
So we come to the fifth and final installment of The Great NY State Fair, the Midway in the evening. It was great just people watching. However, If you hang around some of games you can actually catch the fix. I don’t know why but at the water gun game the person in seat two […]
The fourth installment of photos from the State Fair take us to the arts & crafts section. Here you’ll find soap making,spinning & weaving, broom making, woodworking, antiques tools mixed with story telling by Nick Nichols and a marbled paper demonstration with John Bielik.
Leaving the livestock pavilions, we now wander over to the exhibition area. Here’s where you’ll find the butter sculpture, the $1.00 baked potato booth, Pride of NY Marketplace, art exhibits, the skinny German juggling boy, flower and produce contest winners and international food choices including Barbecue. That will keep you busy for awhile. Here are […]