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Your descriptions are so lively and informative, dear Karen! Love your pictures and text! Made me relive the wonderful time we had through your eyes!


of which none could have happened without you. What a great hostess you are. Thank-you so much for everything Elin.


I have figured out the red flowers. It's actually a small tree named Erythrina glauca, a native of Malaysia. The common name or "name on the street" is Bunga Dedap and here is a link to it's meaning.

I saw Nicotiana glauca all over Tonlantongo, that's two glauca's for Mexico.

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