Anjali Photo From Portugal - 2
Anjali and family are in Evora, a picturesque town, with its Roman temple of Diana.
Anjali spotted the ducks, venturing out of the shadows, as well as the reflection in the pond.
The stones look old. It’s Portugal.
When Laura was covering the great Algarve soccer tournament two years ago, she sent us daily photos of the specialty at her restaurant:
O Rei dos Frangos – The King of the Chickens, printed on every plate.
Today she sent us a photo of the main course in an outdoor cafe in Evora.
Cada um na sua, as they say in Portuguese.
To each his own.
6/26/2017 01:47:47 pm
Doesn't look kosher to me.
6/26/2017 02:08:33 pm
Dear Rabbi: Duly noted. I am going to see what I can do about equal time.
6/26/2017 07:44:12 pm
6/26/2017 07:47:58 pm
"Tales". I blame iPhone for not correcting, but even worsening, my typos!
6/26/2017 09:30:42 pm
Spell check will start a war.
6/27/2017 02:52:38 pm
In case anyone is unsure, those brownish lumps are garlic, (mouth-watering sounds deleted.)
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Classic wishful thinking, at a lethal level.