It's now 1:23 AM and I just got my Kindle book to publish; it should be available in exactly 24 hours! I worked my way through HTML and I don't even speak that language. Most days, I can hardly find the "power button" on my computer much less decipher computer codes. I'm bleary eyed and exhausted, but I had to share the news with someone!
Mocha is snoring. Mark's asleep and I'm celebrating with Maria's Alemania's pastries! Speaking of which, I'm off to have coffee there tomorrow and maybe read a good book at Libri Mundi. It's right on the corner of Hermano Miguel 8-14 and Mariscal Sucre (across the street is Maria's place). You can't miss it!
There's even a little kid's section, just like Barnes & Noble, a nice little reading nook upstairs, books in English and chocolate for sale (pure Ecuadorian chocolate). Something tells me I'm going to be spending a lot of time in this new hot spot in Cuenca.
On our way to Libri Mundi, we came across this "Panama Hat" place -- "La Paja Taquilla" and I had to wonder...how many more surprises lurk around the corners of Cuenca? They have great prices and an amazing selection of hats.
So if you need to have a good cup of coffee, read a book, and try on hats, you'll know where to go!
Now, that I'm almost delirious, I think I'll call it a night/day and read a good book!
Until next time...hasta luego!
P.S. My "boss" said that I could have the day off tomorrow, so I think I'll take her up on it!