Last Sunday was a GORGEOUS winter day in Carlos Paz. We took our sweaters when we went for a walk and had a picnic but half the time we had to take them off because it was so warm. It was only right along the costanera that the cool lake breeze required the extra layer. The picnic was a last-minute, spontaneous idea so we stopped at a grocery store on our walk and grabbed some salami, cheese and bread along with tangerines for dessert. I'd packed the glasses, a knife to cut the cheese and meat, a small container of olives and several paper towels at home. Simple but delicious!
his sister who had traveled back to Argentina on this ship.
We've been wanting to take these photos for a long time but it hasn't been easy getting good shot. This shanty town section is on a busy corner with multiple lanes of traffic going every which way, and we never seem to be in the right location to be able to take pictures. But Tuesday we managed to get a half-decent shot and the second photo is actually from Thursday (remember, we made FOUR trips into Cordoba this week!)
Wednesday when we had company I showed the ladies how to make fabric flowers...
I really like the home decor fabric that's so popular right now with a trellis design like this:
Also seen in downtown Cordoba on Thursday: a protest against Walmart.
I've already shared this fun photo and its story from Friday :)
Saturday our architect came to look at the lot and get a preliminary idea of what we're thinking. Roberto and Ivan were scratching a rudimentary floor plan in the dirt when I snapped this photo.