A Room with A View…and, A Rainbow

Room View with Rainbow

Today’s #FriFotos theme is #RoomWithAView.  I couldn’t resist digging into the archives.  A friend and I stayed on Isla Mujeres a couple of years ago.  I think we had one of the most amazing views…even during a storm.

Ik Kil Cenote – An Untraditional Pool

Ik Kil Cenote - Rock and Waterfall

Twitter’s #FriFotos theme this week is POOL. I don’t usually take photos of pools, so I wasn’t sure I’d have anything to share…especially since I live in Western Washington where pools are few and far between. Then I remembered an Continue reading Ik Kil Cenote – An Untraditional Pool

Chasing the Sun

Sunrise on Isla Mujeres

I’m extremely infatuated with the sun. Everywhere I travel includes attempts to capture sunrise or sunset photos. In many instances I’m left disappointed by my photography skills. But, occasionally I capture something that I truly love. This particular photograph was Continue reading Chasing the Sun


Wow!!!…what can I say about Tulum.  It’s one of the most unique Mayan sites I’ve visited so far (of six).  It’s on the Eastern coast of Mexico.  As usual I don’t want to get into the nitty-gritty details of the Continue reading Tulum

Fixing my Favorite Sandals for Belize

When you find a pair of sandals (Tevas) that you absolutely love it’s impossible to give them up even when they are completely wore out.  This particular pair of Tevas got me through my solo trip to Belize in 2010, Continue reading Fixing my Favorite Sandals for Belize

Chichen Itza

I just love Mayan ruins and I’m so glad that I got the opportunity to see one of the most famous…Chichen Itza.  I won’t write too much about the ruins, since you can look up the details on any number Continue reading Chichen Itza

Places to Eat on Isla Mujeres, Mexico

My friend Barb and I visited Isla Mujeres in September 2011.  We rented a condo and although we ate some of our meals in, we did venture out to restaurants frequently.  We used TripAdvisor as our guide and in most Continue reading Places to Eat on Isla Mujeres, Mexico