Day 15 Isla Mujeres Trip Report-with a visit to Pizza Mikes


As I mentioned, I hadn’t slept well that first night so on this morning, I got up, took a glance of the sky just before sunrise, and went back to bed.

The pool and area surrounding the pool was quite lovely. With turquoise every where, I knew we had come to the right place.

The view from the pool was perfection.

By the end of our stay, we got to know many of our neighbours really well and are keeping in touch now that we are all home. But that first day. we whispered to each other because one couple didn’t speak at all and the other pairs, just amongst themselves. We wondered that day, if this would always be the case.

We enjoyed our sunset and then walked down the street to Pizza Mikes. Since we had not seen our friends IRL for a number of months, the day was filled in with a shop at Chedraui and catching up on each others lives.

This pic was another of my favs from the trip. Being a lover of everything Italian and especially Italian food, it is a glimpse of what heaven looks like to me.

Speaking of heaven, Mike’s garlic knots were divine!

We love mussels and order them often when dining. Mike’s were supposedly from Chile so we definitely had to check them out. Steamed in white wine and more garlic, they were sensational! I could see walking to Mike’s for another bucket in our future. The mussel meat was plump and juicy and the spinach and parmesan the perfect garnishes. We were off to a great start.

We read on the menu that Mike’s stuffed crust pizza was award winning, so trying one was a must.

The pie was absolutely amazing. Stuffed with so many good tastes, it was surprisingly light and crispy! Having never experienced Mike’s except for his pizza delivery, we were absolutely smitten with his offerings.

A stroll home, took the edge of our consumption before heading to our books and sleep. We were grateful anew for our good friends and the great blessings of being together again.

Kath’s quote: “I want to live in a world where the need for pizza belittles that of war.” Jason Barnett

Love never fails.

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