Monday, August 25, 2008

Posdata Cafe

One of my posts from last week talked about this amazing cafe that my new friends introduced me to. When I mentioned the name of the cafe along with the two owners, I had mispelled them both. With my sincere apologies, the correct name of the place is the Posdata Cafe. At this cafe, you can find fabulous food, blended drinks (frappe's are my favorite) and the best service I have ever had. I have become addicted to their Torta Especial. Here are photos of the two owners , Pilar and Denny. They will never forget your name and always greet you with a smile and hug. A big shout out to these two women - we love your cafe and your wonderful hospitality. Thanks for all that you do!



Apparently, their smoothies are another "must have" along with their crepes. These are next on my list to try. Here is a photo of my friends Teresa, Steve, Ron and Debi who were enoying their famous Torta's, smoothies and frappe's.



Yesterday, friends MJ and Stan invited me to join them to go to the soccer game in town. They are big soccer fans, especially Stan, and he explained to me that this was 3rd Division soccer in the professional league. Even though the local team got slaughtered, I enjoyed my first Manzanillo soccer game, AND learned many new Spanish words (although I think most of them were swear words!). Also, it was a very inexpensive outing - cost of admission $2.00 (20 pesos) and the tacos ($0.70 each)and beer ($1.50 each) were delicious! Here are some photos from the game.



5 comments:

BoBo's Mom said...

Sounds yummy....can we go to Posdata everyday for lunch????

New Beginnings said...

absolutely! You will love the food there.

Steve Cotton said...

How was the football? Good skills? Good strategy?

New Beginnings said...

Steve - I am new to soccer and am just learning the game but from what I understand, yes,I think definitely good skills.

Brenda said...

I used to follow MJ and Stan on their website; but lately their site won't come up for me. Do you know if they discontinued it or what is up with it?