Photo Friday

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Woot!! Woot!! It’s Friday again and time for some more Photo Friday fun. Here’s the deal if you’re new. I take my cell cam with everywhere I go. I snap pics of weird stuff. Then I write witty banter in the captions. It’s just that simple. There you have a tour of Paraguay without ever leaving your computer. If you missed a leg of the tour then check the others here.

Now on to the eye candy. 

In the interest of transparency I didn't take this pic. You'll remember the pic of the poster 2 weeks ago banning Senators from businesses for corruption. This shot is of a giant rat trap baited with a bag of money placed in the most logical place, in front of Congress.
In the interest of transparency I didn’t take this pic. You’ll remember the pic of the poster 2 weeks ago banning Senators from businesses for corruption. This shot is of a giant rat trap baited with a bag of money placed in the most logical place, in front of Congress.
Sorry for the grainy pic. I was walking the beast dog and he was impatient. I have talked before about the collision of poverty and plenty in Paraguay. This $200, 000+ Ferrari is an example. It is parked across the street from a plaza where homeless sleep and a couple of blocks from the traffic light where children wash windows for coins. There is a wide gap without a lot in the middle.
Sorry for the grainy pic. I was walking the beast dog and he was impatient. I have talked before about the collision of poverty and plenty in Paraguay. This $200, 000+ Ferrari is an example. It is parked across the street from a plaza where homeless sleep and a couple of blocks from the traffic light where children wash windows for coins. There is a wide gap without a lot in the middle.
Ok, brace yourself this may be tricky to follow. This is a German-made imported beer I saw in a Japanese co-op store in Paraguay. It is for diabetics. The sign says it was fermented in a way to reduce the sugar content.
Ok, brace yourself this may be tricky to follow. This is a German-made imported beer I saw in a Japanese co-op store in Paraguay. It is for diabetics. The sign says it was fermented in a way to reduce the sugar content.
I have mentioned before that there is a sizable Japanese community here. Yesterday we went to Pirapo one of the Japanese colonies. After having an authentic Japanese lunch we went to the co-op where they had all manner of specialty products. These labels are hand-written. So cool to see down here.
I have mentioned before that there is a sizable Japanese community here. Yesterday we went to Pirapo, one of the Japanese colonies. After having an authentic Japanese lunch we went to the co-op where they had all manner of specialty products. These labels are hand-written. So cool to see down here.
Finally, what would Christmas be without a Gravy Boat. The odd thing is I have never seen gravy here. So that begs the question--"What do you put in it?"
Finally, what would Christmas be without a Gravy Boat. The odd thing is I have never seen gravy here. So that begs the question–“What do you put in it?”

There you have this week’s Photo Friday. I hope you enjoyed the tour.

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