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  1. urban-urchin says:

    My parents went to visit my brother and sister in law when they were living in Brazil, after the birth of my neice. Mom, being helpful, went to the local bakery to buy two loaves of bread. Holding up her hands to demonstrate she wanted them each to be about 2 ft long. Only she didn’t realize that the word for bread and penis were so very close. She couldn’t understand why the bakery workers were laughing so hard.

    Have a wonderful trip. I hear they make fabulous camo gear and My Little Pony nightvision goggles these days..

  2. Glamourpuss says:

    What an exotic life you lead. Sigh.

    Puss

  3. furiousBall says:

    I was in Buford, GA for Christmas, which if you ignore the Home Depot directly across from the Lowe’s it’s exactly like a third world country but less cultured.

  4. Dorky Dad says:

    I’m going to wait until my boy is 5 to take him to his first war-torn country. But I’m just protective like that.

  5. Brooklyn Frank says:

    the exotica is killing me.

  6. Lee says:

    Coup d’etat!!!

  7. Polyman3 says:

    Wow, sounds like a great trip. The closest I get to S.America is the
    grocery store across from where I work.
    Be safe & have fun.

  8. Christina_the_wench says:

    How beautiful that looks! I hope you ahve a good time and a happy new year!

  9. Jocelyn says:

    Thanks for the good wishes, and I´m not even writing to see if anyone can send ransom money. We´ve stayed safe thus far, despite taking the unthinkable step of letting our children ride in vehicles without being strapped in. It´s amazing how very quickly all that stuff falls away. If Baby isn´t vomiting and dehydrated, hell yes, he can have another wild ride over cobblestone streets on the Tuk-Tuks (local mini taxis that are basically three-wheeled motorcycles). What´s a little whiplash to a developing brain… More soon…I leave you now at nightfall in the lovely town of Antigua!

  10. choochoo says:

    Well, it’s a known fact that you can never, ever have too many green knuckles in your shoehorn

  11. Crankster says:

    Check out some ruins for me!

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