2017 - Follow us as Jarana cruises the Algarve coast of Portugal and Spain and on into the Mediterranean. Under the blog post you'll sometimes find a link to our location on Google Maps.
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
At the kitchen store in Papeete, on impulse I bought a couple decorative china cups and saucers that were on sale. Behan Gifford on Totem from Seattle came by for tea. We had tea (in a teapot) on a tray, sugar lumps and canned cream from Mexico. (There's great cream in the stores here, I should buy that and toss out the Mexican stuff.) It was a change from the mugs or insulated car mugs we normally use, and a reminder of "gracious living" back home.
Behan remarked that the blue and white shell motif on the cups looked like the tile trim SYC ladies rooms. Actually, they match a plate I bought in Friday Harbor, which of course, is in storage.
We're easily entertained.
Posted by s/v Jarana at 10:53 PM
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