This past weeks trip took us to another culture and a yearly awaited treat, as we traveled to our time share resort in the Mexican Caribbean. It is like being home and the familiar staff, like family.
We had one stormy afternoon, but this picture shows the beauty of the aqua sea. You can see the misty sky and the rain over the sea.
Early morning walks, after sunrise.................absolutely nothing like it. Since I have been
a blogger, I find myself observing and enjoying small discoveries that BB (before blogging) I might never really have appreciated.
This is the underside detail of a Palapa. They come in all sizes and are hand
made by two to twenty men depending on the size. These serve as shelters from the sun at beachside. Some are much larger and can cover an entire outdoor eating area.
These are most desireable for the beach bather. The sun gets so hot
and they serve to shelter you from the rays of the hot sun. . . . . "the early
bird gets the worm" so to speak!
This palapa is a little fancier and covers a dining area that seats
about a hunred people. It is a Thai restaurant that has become
It is no secret that the Mexican culture produces beautifully
colored ceramic tiles and the fountains and tropical plants only
This restaurant has been created around an old tequila distillery.
The vats still exist and serve as a backdrop throughout the interior.
A Mexican chef at work
Resort landscape and architecture.
A Caribbean storm doesn't usually last very long........
This is the lagoon side (west) of the resort.