Yummy, ich hol mir was vom Thai:-)
The last traditional jangada I saw here was in 1986 going out to the reef party where they were mixed with the new ones. The only one I know exists now is in the Mariner's Museum in Newport News, Virginia. By the time I returned to Maceió with a digital camera, 2008, intending to find just one between there and Recife to photograph in detail, getting the knots, joints and other construction details, they were all gone. None even in a museum. That is one of my regrets because they were such a part of life there and I saw them almost daily. I have beautiful models, one showing much detail, but no file of photos showing everything.
Bedankt, Marina! :-)
Obrigada pelo simpático comentário. Visitei sua galeria e vi os lugares marcados por você. Como eram diferente as praias de Ponta Negra e Pajuçara!!!
Saudações do Brasil,
Como era diferente de hoje!
Amo isso. FAV
Que belo. Adorável!
Small, but very elegant.
What a collection! :-)
If you don't find any applesauce, some smoked fish will do as well :-) Smoked Samon or mackerel with creamed horseradish ...
Very good is a lovely Matjes in sour cream with onion, pickled cucumber and fresh apple ... or cranberry sauce ... or sour cream with fresh herbs. Extremely good is that almost black and malty sugar beet syrup (I come from a sugar beet country) ... ach ja.