When I landed on Monday I felt rejuvenated. Here are some pictures I want to share with you.
Puerto Rico’s legend restaurant dating back to 1902
Mallorcas – a must when you go to La Bombonera
Entrance to a food market
Pumpkins – they make them big in Puerto Rico
Sweet peppers used in making Sofrito
Plantains and plantain leaves for sale
This is wonderful!! I see you’ve been rejuvenated…reat photos!
Thaks for sharing this snippet of your journey to Puerto Rico. I am travelling vicariously through you!
Lovely clicks! Thanks for sharing them with us.
Take me with you!
Love it. I want to go.
nice Norma, I enjoyed that
Hope you’re having a wonderful trip!
Great pictures Norma! Hope you’re having a great time!
Fantastic. Take it all in and have a great time.
Great pictures! Would love to try one of those Mallorcas.
Wonderful photos, thank you for sharing!
Awesome pictures you have here my friend. So lovely!
What lovely photos. They are almost as good as being there – almost :-). They speak volumes.I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary
Bienvenida! I hope you have fun today at the Mercado Urbano. There will be plenty of yummy souvenirs for you to take home and cook while you are here.
I would love to visit Puerto Rico, Norma! Thank you for the pitcures!
My husband and I LOVE puerto rico! We went a few years back and are going to go back sometime this next year. Thanks for sharing your photos.
This is wonderful- enjoy! Thanks for sharing your lovely photos;-)
Oh goodness! Heaven on an island , love it.
Need to go to the Bombonera, seems delicious things there.
Wonderful pics 🙂
All the best,
Just wanted to say Hello. Your blog is great. The girls are back in school. We had a lovely time with you and Luz. What a delightful neighbor. Hope we meet again.
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