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Friday, 29 May 2009

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kat

wow! that hill was steep!

Janfrederick

I wonder if he laughed because you used the masculine form of "one" when referring to the missus. He probably thought you were telling him that she was in charge. ;)

nhbilly

With a decent amount of lard you can call tamales anything you want ;-) - just the way I like it. But a moist tamales is hard to come around.

sawyer

that ceviche sounds very interesting....i'm going to try to look up a recipe on that!

Kirk

Hi Kat - Kinda steep, but nothing compared to the 400 steps.

Hi Jan - Well, that would be the truth.....She is in charge!

Hi Billy - LOL! Your comment reminds me of an email I received that said all you need for good Pho was lots of MSG!

Hi Sawyer - If you can't find one online, let me know, I've got one.

Masa Assassin

I love trying different renditions of ceviche that one looks very good, thanks for sharing

Kirk

Hi MA - The ceviche was very good, and different from anything we've had before.

Elena

ho que bueno

Rachel

I've been to your blog before to read reviews on restaurants, and just stumbled onto this post on accident. I've been to Santiago a few times in the past, and it's just wonderful to see all your pictures. Also, appreciate the history about Father Rother. My mother volunteered at the Mission in Santiago for a month when he was there and worked with him some. It's very meaningful to her to go to the church everytime she's in Santiago. Did you happen to go to the hotel La Posada while you were there? They have the best coffee there :)

Kirk

Hi Rachel - Thanks so much for taking the time out to comment, and especially for sharing. Santiago is obviously a special place for both your Mother and yourself. It is, and most of the area around Atitlan is, quite special. I wish I knew about La Posada before we went.... I could've used a nice cup! Thanks again for dropping by and reading.

Rachel

Kirk,

Sorry I got the name wrong. It's called Posada de Santiago http://www.posadadesantiago.com/. It's a little off the beaten path, but still a really nice place to stay, have a meal, and a cup of coffee!

Kirk

Hi Rachel - Thanks for the info. I've tucked it away, for we hope to return there someday.

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