Here is an old cowboy, wife went to get some ice cream for them.
Ice Cream vendor!
Another ice cream vendor. The ice cream here is more like an icey/sherbet combo. Isn't creamy, can give you a brain freeze, if you eat too rapidly. Asked for mango but they were out, so settled for a scoop of chocolate, and vanilla.
Here is a construction job going on, on a sat afternoon about 1:30. No OT here. actually pretty fair workmanship.
here is an older couple enjoying a Sat afternoon bench in the sun.
|Our chicken place Tom showed us, and eggs too.|
Anyway took some other pics, of people in the centro. One thing here is you see more babies per capita than anywhere we have lived.
|grandpa, dad, Baby son|
You can see the cow in foreground, but there is a goat in background.
Found a very well dressed woman at a large home, with Big yard and yardmen at work. I asked her,
"Hay personas hable ingles en su casa?" Are the anyone in the house that speaks english. She said in english, "No I don't'. That is always a dilemma, because obviously she did , at least to some extent. But here people in many cases don't want you, or others to know they speak english. Its may be looked down upon by the friends or relatives, so you have to gently prod somewhat to see if they really do. Or don't want to tell you at that time for whatever reason. She may of not wanted the help, to know she did.
So that is one of the challenges.