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Crepes in Guatemala

Out to breakfast this morning determined to have just a couple of pancakes. And that is what I ordered. Sometimes though, things get changed in the translation. Sometimes it is for the better. What you see above is crepes. What you don’t see is that the crepes are stuffed with chocolate and bananas. Must be [...]

Out to breakfast this morning determined to have just a couple of pancakes. And that is what I ordered. Sometimes though, things get changed in the translation. Sometimes it is for the better. What you see above is crepes. What you don’t see is that the crepes are stuffed with chocolate and bananas. Must be a zillion calories here but who’s counting? I think I’ll skip lunch and take my siesta early.

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Gar Williams liquidated his former life, sold all his possessions that wouldn’t fit into a 46 liter backpack, and left it all behind at age 63. He is now traveling the world, and, in his words, is finally doing what he wants to do. Gar stops by at VagabondJourney.com from time to time to offer his wisdom and advice on the Senior Vagabond series. has written 65 posts on Vagabond Journey. Contact the author.

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  • Sis December 28, 2011, 12:07 pm

    really bad for you that is the way anything that taste good usually is haha—sis

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    • Gar December 28, 2011, 2:18 pm

      At least I can console myself with the thought that I had four kinds of fruit for breakfast.

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  • Rob December 28, 2011, 2:17 pm

    That looks like the Grandfather of what we have been doing here…leading up to the 25th…. I was appointed “Official Taster” in the absence of anyone else allowed to eat sweets….NOT good for the waistline I tell ya

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    • Gar December 28, 2011, 2:21 pm

      I don’t think this is going to hurt me. Lately it seems it takes all I can eat just to stay in one place. Of course, it’s not getting distributed around the way it once was…

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