Sergio’s Playa Sol Revisited-Isla Mujeres


To make the journey from my cozy bed in Winnipeg to my precious Isla Mujeres is sometimes a breeze. It all depends on what times other planes set down and whether you luck out in the correct line for immigration and customs.  On this particular day, the journey was not too onerous but we still required cold cerveza for the ferry crossing and were hungry for lunch.  So after we wheeled our suitcases to the edge of Centro, we changed into our suits and made our way to Casa el Pio where the rest of our entourage was staying.

We were ecstatic to plunk down in the sand at Sergio’s, order more cold cervezas and gaze at the sea.  To top things off, handsome men started to come over and hug and kiss us (Lionel & Roger) and welcome us back to the island!   Why do I love Isla so, you ask?

We ordered breaded fish,

Chicken Maya

and my first taste of Coconut shrimp of that trip (but not the last).

The Garlic fish was so fresh, perfectly cooked and delicious!   We are always amazed by the quality of food that is put out of the little kitchen window right on the beach.

Kath’s quote:  “How good one feels when one is full — how satisfied with ourselves and with the world! People who have tried it, tell me that a clear conscience makes you very happy and contented; but a full stomach does the business quite as well, and is cheaper, and more easily obtained.”-Jerome K. Jerome

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2 Comments to

“Sergio’s Playa Sol Revisited-Isla Mujeres”

  1. Avatar April 25th, 2011 at 8:48 pm Isladeb Says:

    I’ve had the garlic fish at Sergio’s and it is absolutely wonderful. It was huge and I ate the whole thing,

  2. Avatar April 26th, 2011 at 9:10 am kath Says:

    The fish at Sergio’s is sure a fav of ours but in all honesty-everything we’ve tasted is good.

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