Winter is speeding along and we'll be going home in about a week. Here's a collection of photos from the last couple of weeks...
Several of the local restaurants like to make sure that we know they appreciate the snowbirds. I think this is a soccer jersey with a strategically placed maple leaf. We love Canada too!
Day of the Dead is a celebration around Hallowe'en in Mexico. You will see many items in stores with skeletons or skulls, including this beer.
powered paragliding and he makes it look pretty easy.
Then he spent time giving a student some instructions. It went on for quite a while...
Before the instructor showed him again how it's done...looks pretty easy. Clearly it's not.
Still on my list of things to do...walk along the pier and watch the fisherman.
Barb and Ed had some guests from their condo building back home. We had met Lorraine on the left when she visited them in Savannah. Lorna fit right in and we had a great evening.
Look at the beauty on the beach amidst the garbage...this pretty flower is a survivor.
One of the favourite parts of my morning walk...this scene says it all for me. The pelicans in the boat, a fisherman returning with his catch in a cooler and other guys sitting around and talking. Everyone is so friendly. When you say "Buenos Dias," every hand goes up in greeting and you get a warm "Buenos Dias" in return.
Pkory Cafe in Progreso. We stopped in one morning thinking we would just have a coffee. That idea turned into a yummy cappuccino...