Thursday, June 14, 2012

Puerto Morelos Mexico

For the sheer enjoyment of posting vacation photos, I am putting together these shots from the first town we visited on our maiden voyage to the Yucatan Peninsula. I would happily go back to Puerto Morelos; if not for the food and the aqua ocean waves crashing on the beach, then for the change of pace a little fishing village provides, the slow sway of a comfy hammock during nap time, and my girl and my husby hanging together in the pool. The sweet, juicy heat of humidity by the ocean is a curse and a welcome reprieve for my nose and my skin. The cerveza and tequila, along with an occasional Pina Colada, didn't hurt either.

              
Breakfast our first morning (costume change required as cotton tee + humidity = HOT)
Oh the ocean, the ships, the straw fedora...
on our walk back through town to Palma Real
                  


               
Of course D had to buy his own hammock... but his needed a little lift
                 

It's Horchata.

              
Our best meal in Puerto Morelos...
and, as always, having a mariachi band serenade you makes things that much better.

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