The name is “Tenacatita”, a beautiful bay roughly 3/4ths of the way from La Cruz to Barra de Navidad. We had a short stop there – just two nights. Could have been more, but the little we stayed was well worth every minute !
This is a well overdue post about our nearly 2-month stay at La Cruz de Huanacaxtle in the beginning of this year.
Today (Wednesday) started and ended with two similar, silly and unfortunate events which bothered me a lot.
Yes, I am whining, and this is not even the main theme of this post … Continue reading “Leaving by Staying”
Not even the fresh pastries delivered daily by the French Baker were enough to keep us from visiting it.
It was there, majestic, within reach, and we just couldn’t let go this opportunity. Continue reading “The other three elements”
Mexico is a prime tourism ground, its riches extending far beyond the stunning Pacific and Atlantic coasts.
The last couple of days we took a bus inland for a taste of it.
We visited Comala, one of Mexico’s “Pueblos Magicos”, and came back truly enchanted. Read on. Continue reading “Magic Comala”