We are in a small village of the state of Nayarit. La Cruz de Huanacaxtle.
I wake up around 8:30 so in reality it is early ( because there are two hours difference in time with home). I am ready to enjoy the sun. I go on our balcony to listen to the sound of the waves. I see the vendors installing their stuff for Sunday market.
We made the plan to go later after coffee and breakfast. I even have time to read in the morning. A real sign that I am on holiday. I never read during the day at home. I like to look at the action in front of our place. I see a man fishing with a net. This is often the way they do it in Mexico. We take our time and only when we are ready we go to the market. We are looking for cheese, strawberries, nuts and bread. I even spot a cute little beach dress. And I buy it.
Later in the afternoon, we go for our walk on the beach and I start my collection of sea glass. We find a lot a sea glass. Dark green, light green, brown, white. I find also some interesting shells and some rocks. We walk for about one hour, slowly. We are going to do it everyday. I just love it.
I should talk a little about the little B & B where we stay. It is called Villa Amor del Mar. Chris and Cindy Bouchard own this place. They are fantastic people. This is the perfect spot for a wonderful relaxing vacation. After being there 3 times, I feel so at home there. And of course, we know better the village also. In the next photo, you see the pool and the beach is right there (the light in this picture is not the best). We can use the paddle board if we want or just relax in the sun or in she shade.
You can check it out here: http://www.villaamordelmar.com/
When we are at the villa , I like to get up early to see the sunrise. It is so nice. I take pictures and quickly I send them to friends or family. I like to share those special moments. I am sure you also enjoy sunrises and sunsets.
For me it is a little paradise. I can’t wait to go back again. Does that sound a great spot for you ? Let me know what you think ! I will talk more about the village on my next post. Thanks for reading. Hasta luego.