Apple OR city block
Okay, I have to admit, I picked this one because of the two different definitions!! There must be lots of these types of definitions in the English language too. Just think for a minute about words with two completely different meanings, but are spelled the same!! Let me know some examples!!
Today, Barb & Sal were kind enough to take us late campers (us and Hugh & Joanne) down to Villa Aventura. It is a little adventure park, about 1/2 hour drive south of here. Zip lines, little waterfall, a few animals, refreshments and, overall, some cool landscaping. First though, Doug rustles up a kitty. This is the cheeky little one that I like. Well, I like them all, but this one has a fun personality. Always ambushing the other two, falling out of plant pots, off the palm tree.....you get the picture!!
Large stones in the ground for photo opportunities....
The old tree is about 200 years old...
Surrounding hillsides. This is where they do the zip lining!!
A little boar. He was ugly enough that he was cute!!
Like all birds everywhere, I am sure he/she is
much more regal on the open skies!!
Our wonderful hosts and great friends,
Barb & Sal Contreras...
La Silla (la see-ya) - chair
That's your bonus Spanish word for the day!!
Should we tell them now, or later, about the crocodile that lives in there?
All this, followed up with a nice lunch in Mazamitla at El Charco. Pretty sweet day!! Mine was coconut shrimp and Doug had salmon. In the middle of Mexico, and really good salmon too! Go figure!! Of course, no lunch is complete without a local mariachi band!!
What a really, really nice day! Thanks again to Barb & Sal!! Almost wine time. Sorry, too early for tea, but it will come later!!