Wordless Wednesday: That’s a deal!


  • I like your video you just posted. What's on the picture?

    • They are guavas Helene, and they are less than a dollar a kilo.

  • Okay, going back to 8th grade Spanish … It's a better deal of the day? That can't be right. Dang it! I need to go take some refresher classes.
    What's that say, Ben?

    • Hehe, It says the best of the day. I think it should be translated as best deal of the day 😀

  • Cheap!



  • I can almost smell them! Your photos always say so much…

  • But what are they???? Inquiring minds want to know.

    • Hehe, they are guavas Joanne.

  • I thought that it was the sign of dollars and it didn't seem cheap but I google searched it. I didn't know that the $ sign is used for pesos. I think it is a normal price for a local product. We buy oranges in Greece around the same price, which is around 1/2 Euro. The other day I saw lychees at a supermarket, which are imported and were around 10 Euros. That's expensive :) What fruit is this?

    • Yes Ivy, that is a good price for a kilo of guavas, but when spring comes, they skyrocket to up to 4 dollars a kilo.

  • Looks amazing Ben!

  • I love it when they pile the fruit sky high…and give you a good deal! Fruit are my passion Ben… cartloads even better!

  • What are they? Prickly pears? Fess up. I think it shoul br semi-wordless Wednesday…

    • Hehe Kelly, they are fresh guavas. They are in season in Mexico and you can find them anywhere very cheap.

  • Hey would you mind letting me know which webhost you’re working with? I’ve loaded your blog in 3 different web browsers and I must say this blog loads a lot quicker then most. Can you suggest a good hosting provider at a honest price? Thanks, I appreciate it!

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