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Old April 6th, 2018, 09:38 AM
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Breakfast this morning included a great cup of coffee and Chilaquiles (verde), popular traditional Mexican peasant food - #iphonephotography



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Old April 6th, 2018, 01:04 PM
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Hi Robert,

That looks very yummy but my gosh, that is an enormous plate of food! :-D Maggie
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Old April 6th, 2018, 01:10 PM
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Hi Robert,

That looks very yummy but my gosh, that is an enormous plate of food! :-D Maggie
Robert did not say how many people the plate is supposed to serve...
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Old April 6th, 2018, 03:47 PM
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Hi Robert,

That looks very yummy but my gosh, that is an enormous plate of food! :-D Maggie

It was filling. Lol
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Robert did not say how many people the plate is supposed to serve...
I suppose it could have done 2 people. But a one portion price.
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Cel phones including top scale iPhones and Samsungs are now ubiquitous in most of Latin America hese days and since they get better and better cameras every year that is probably the best way to do street photography now.
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Robert did not say how many people the plate is supposed to serve...
Read below! :-D
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It was filling. Lol
Ha! I kind of thought so, there is another plate with some either scrambled egg or omelet with some tomatoes, and I figured that was your wife's.

It did delicious though!! :-D
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Ha! I kind of thought so, there is another plate with some either scrambled egg or omelet with some tomatoes, and I figured that was your wife's.

It did delicious though!! :-D
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Yup. That was Anne’s breakfast - omelette. Lol
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