Isla Mujeres 2020 Trip Report- Day 21

May20

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I was happy to have Sister #3 with me to enjoy the gorgeous sunrise.

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As soon as the sun was out, the watered just shimmered in shades of blue.

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I left early for the beach again but took my time along the walk. Guess where I was now?

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I love beads of every colour but especially the combination of blue, turquoise and mauve.

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This first kiosk on the right is my favourite place for juice and fresh fruit. Covid note: I am pretty sure that the open markets selling fresh food were the first to be closed when Isla went into quarantine. I hope my favourite fruit guy and his family are doing okay.

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I never have actually eaten at this loncheria. Have you? What are your favourites to order?

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I always got a kick out of this hand painted mini billboard. It would be a great place for an islander to tell you about snorkelling tours and the like but I have never seen anybody ever do so.

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I always get so excited when I see that first glimmer of turquoise at the end of the street.

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Readers must be getting sick of my beach pictures but I am always in awe of the beauty of the sand, water and sky and try very hard to bottle it up to take home with me.

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I guess you can see that this is another way I bottle up Isla-in the clothes and things I buy on the island.

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Hortencia is my favourite dressmaker. We met she and her husband Marcello years ago and she has made numerous dresses for me and now my grandbabies. Her grandkids often join us for an afternoon on Playa Norte and this year was no exception.

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The older boys loved playing Frisbee and paddle ball in the ocean. The littlest loved the air mattress. They were all delighted when we bought them ice creams from the Puglia ice cream man.

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This was my favourite picture from 2020!

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Later that evening Sister #3 and I dined at Mahache-another delightful experience.

Kath’s quote: “Grandchildren are those lines that connect the dots¬†from generation to generation.”- Lois Wise

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Love never fails.

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“Isla Mujeres 2020 Trip Report- Day 21”

  1. Avatar May 20th, 2020 at 7:41 am Jan Says:

    Just an FYI, I think the particular stall you refer to has remained open for business (I have seen photos taken by a friend still there).


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