Hi Patricia - The cheese is very interesting! I've never heard of that kind before. Gosh that's a lot! I assume (just seeing the sheer quantity)it's a common cheese in the Mexican diet?Thank you for the close-ups of some of the items. I can't imagine the patience it would take to create some of the Huicol bead and yarn works. Beautiful.Barbara
Hi Barbara, Thank you for commenting. Panela cheese is delicious and I was told that it has no fat. It is very fresh and goes bad quickly. Yes, it is a common cheese here. It takes a long time to make the yarn paintings. The small ones cost about fifty dollars. I used to buy them for ten dollars. But everything is more expensive here now. They are made with plywood, beeswax put over it and the yarn is pressed into it. P
Hi, Patricia - Very nice pictures today - I too like all the closeups - so many interesting things & people to see. Hope to see you this July.
Hi Pat, Thank you. Glad you liked the photos. Yes, July. It will be exciting. The beginning of the rainy season. P