So, let's continue from our post this morning.
So, we had walked the 10 minutes down at the beach and lagoon with little Nataly.
Looking back at the bridge for the main highway.
Nataly was only 6 months old the first time we came here.
Lots of bird life around here.
Ruth and Nataly.
Things are pretty green around here!
They eat a lot of things right off the tree. They slice a section off the end, and you drink the fresh coconut juice. Yummy and sweet.
Okay, let's show you some more food. For lunch, Alfredo came home from work for a few hours. Depending on the day, he sometimes gets a few hours for lunch, and makes up for it by working until 8:00pm at night. It's pretty standard in Mexico to work six days a week. Anyhow, he made lunch for us yesterday.
Alfredo and his mother Sylvia.
Tomatoes, peppers, and onions are boiling to make salsa. The meat is a type of pork that you eat with tortillas.
Of course tortillas are a staple of the diet here. Most people have corn tortillas for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
We relaxed in the hammocks for most of the afternoon. Nice!
Then for dinner, Mary came home from work and Mary and Alfredo's mom Sylvia made some Tlyudas. (Pronounced "Cly-U-dah").
Sylvia, Mary, and Ruth.
The beef is cooking over the hot coals.
The salsas, frijoles (refried beans), cheese, and oversized tortillas are ready to go.
You spread the beans on the tortillas.
Then cut the beef into strips, and sprinkle the cheese and avocado on top, with the tortilla browning over the coals.
Fold it over, and it's ready to eat. Delicious!