Little in-between Notice, 19 November 2009

Wanted to share a beautiful moment this morning with you - 6.15am on my way to the beach, click photo to enlarge.
Mama's Bakery has reopened (Tue-Sat 7.30-11 Sun 8.30-11) with normal menu, catering options, lunch and sandwiches to go after 11am. On 26 November Diane will be offering Turkey, dressing, gravy, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie (pecan available) for 300 pesos with generous portions. Order essential 998 8456810. Vickie Sharp is also offering her famous Thanksgiving fare: roast turkey sliced , traditional stuffing and mashed potatoes, gravy, corn and green beans, cranberry relish and a relish tray, rolls, pumpkin pie and whipped cream, minimum order for 2 before , USD40 includes delivery: phone 871-0112 She will also be doing this for Christmas. Book Lovers be happy, Alma Libre books hangs out its shingle again this week, after their big drive down from Canada and dusting off the shelves, they will have some new and old books to sell you. Revolution Day - don't forget the Revolution Day Parade Friday 7am 20 November around the Park - very cute parade with all the children dressed  up. (Editor; that was today and I have posted pics on the right in s slideshow for you - huge turnout shut the town down for hours and hours but delightful)  The Little Mexican Cooking School is getting a lot of enquiries, thankyou, so if you have friends coming down tell them to book soon - the link is HERE,  opens December 8th. Anna Trepanier is starting the Walking Tour of the Colonia again, a big hit last year. She takes small groups to the colonia and walks around the stores explaining and discussing the various fruits and vegetables, they may also be invited into a private house. Anna also explains some of the economy and  history of Puerto Morelos. A great adjunct for the Cooking School. 100 pesos each, about 2 hours, by phone reservation only 52 998 2328238. Healthy food eaters - La Terraza has also reopened this week with their delicious and healthy homemade breads and meals with the equally delicious Ivan serving you. High season is up on us - always indicated by the increase in the number of bicycle tours around town with the curious skipping out from the All Inclusives for a little look at the locals. Shall we sell tickets and wear silly name tags? The Charity made it into the local USA today yesterday so lets hope we get some more volunteers to help with upcoming projects. See below the Cinema Programme for November showing at the Casa de Cultura some excellent films, only 20 pesos and a fun night!

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