We were up for anther glorious sunrise and just enjoyed our time on the ocean side of Luna D’Miel.
One of our favourite beach vendors.
Later that morning we went to find Brother #3 and his wife on North Beach.
When lunch time came around we walked the short distance to the Loncherias (across from Las Palmas).
This little sweetie was on her school lunch break.
Over the years, we have eaten at three of the four Loncherias and decided that it was high time to make it a fait du complete by visiting Poc Chuc.
D had a chicken burrito and I the poc chuc.
Even though the latter is not usually accompanied by papas fritoes, they very cheerfully accompanied me.
We luxuriated in the setting sun.
That night we visited Ziggy, the personable waiter from Café Cito’s at Monchi’s in Colonia’s for dinner. Ziggy, like so many Islanders, works night and day and in the evening he is the cook at Monchi’s. It was my first visit and will not be my last.
The evening started with slices of baguette with a garlicky dip. I ordered pineapple fried rice with chicken where Ziggy scoops out a pineapple then mixes the fruit with a twist on his fried rice recipe including shredded purple cabbage and celery.
D and Sister #3 loved the coconut shrimp.
Sis-in-law had the fish special which was stuffed with seafood in a white sauce and wrapped up and baked in a foil packet.
We all love the chayote (sp?) which tasted like a cross between a melon and cucumber.
Dona tucked into garlic shrimp.
Brother #3 was really pleased with his enormous burrito.
Time is slipping away from me since we spent our two glorious weeks on our precious Isla and even though I keep a travel diary, the details are slipping away from me too. But I can tell you with certainty, the emotions that I was experiencing that day, because they are the same ones that I have everyday that I spend on the island-delight in the rising sun and glorious days spent basking in it; deep satisfaction with the food so carefully prepared by the exceptional Isla cooks; peace while gazing at the turquoise sea and setting sun; and lastly, immense joy when in the company of my beloved family and Isla family.
Kath’s quote: “He is the very pineapple of politeness!” Richard Brinsley Sheridan
My coffee filters at Luna D’Miel-I kid you not!
Love-that is all.