vows to milk the goats, lunch with the big cheese, and a road
trip to Cancun
MEXICO - We spent the past couple of days talking with the
leaders of the orphanage. Paco, who heads the cheese and
soap operations, has met with us several times each day.
Doug got his first chance to meet several of the boys and
learn some colorful Mexican slang on the basketball court.
He still claims that he'll get up at 5 one morning to milk
goats. We'll see about that.
Brown and Joost Krikhaar have agreed to answer your
questions, time permitting. Email Doug
highlight was lunch with Dr. Fernando Balli, the director
of the orphanage on Wednesday. We sampled most of IPODERAC's
cheeses. While the two-martini lunch may be dead in the
U.S., have no fear that it lives on in Mexico
maybe it should be called the three-cognac lunch.
a good two hours of lunch in the garden, Dr. Balli insisted
that our team needs to explore the high-end hotel restaurant
market for cheese in one of Mexico's biggest resorts
Cancun. So began our 1,000-mile road trip through the Yucatan
to Q. Roo in the Roo (that's the Mexican state of Quintana
Roo in our rented Nissan Tsuru). We left the next morning
before 7 ...