S: Zihautanejo 2010
BC: Are these two gals related? The gal on the right sure hopes so because she thinks the gal on the left is so beautiful!!! She wants to grow up to look just like her!
FC: las Uracus Zihautanejo 2010
1: Playa La Ropa ...is the place where mom's and sisters and friends come for fun!
2: Amigo! | Nothing like a good read on the beach
3: Beach pals Jim, Rick and Debbie
6: El Mercado Municipal
7: visiting the Mercado municipal is the ultimate experience of Mexico for me... This is where the cultural rubber meets the dusty road. My first stop is always at the Plastico Stall where there is every 21st century plastic invention ever imagined. Even more colorful than the plasticos are the stalls piled with fruit, and the bags hanging from the ceiling... but nothing beats the dressed chickens over by the video-game or the muy wapo accordion player with the belt buckle with the "B". How can this be matched by any store experience in t of shopping in the states ? There simply is nothing in my experience that come close to the a Mercado Municipal in Mexico.
8: Some of us buy more than others while living on the beach!
9: We all love to breakfast on the front porch of Cotorra before taking our first morning "dip" in the bay . Followed by a little afternoon siesta in Ada's hammock on the porch.
11: book yoga
12: Natalia and Veronica dreaming at Playa Larga
13: We all love Evalia and her two beautiful daughters Veronica and Natalia. Her daughter Veronica has blessed us all, and the world, with a girl named Sara pictured here in pink! | One of the best parts of our annual visit to Zihautanejo is connecting with Ada's wonderful friend Evalia who she met more than 15 years ago.
14: Barra de potosi an enchanted place where sea and fresh water fill the day with play
18: OUr beloved second home... La Catorra
20: Ada & her sunset