- Fresh squeezed orange juice
- A croissant from the panaderia
- and of course coffee
Las Hadas Resort is just across the bay.
I think it looks like something you would see in the Mediterranean.
I found this cool old photo of Las Hadas Bay in 1964 before the resort was built!
Manzanillo is the busiest Port in Mexico, so we see many large cargo ships coming and going in the distance.
We take at least one long walk everyday….and while the streets are rough cobblestones and the hills high….the views are worth it!
Besides…..if you take a long enough walk….you can eat that much more with out feeling guilty!
….if we do get tired of walking….we catch the bus back home…for 6 pesos (50 cents)…what a deal!
Once at home….
should I go to the pool to sit…..
or stay in the condo and sit on the patio?
A couple times a day we make the trip down the steps to take a walk on the almost private beach….
Then…. I wake Mr. S from his nap and maybe we take a walk into town to find the ingredients for dinner….and maybe a stop at a small restaurant for an late lunch…..
A 40 peso Taxi ride back up the hillside….
We spend the rest of the day relaxing until it is time to fix dinner….while there are lots of fun restaurants in the area…the complete kitchen and abundance of wonderful foods in the markets here as well as all the time in the world….eating IN is way better than eating OUT!
Now you know I don’t cook a lot….I can cook….actually I am a pretty good cook…
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s post when I share “Colima Cabin Cooking”!
Now I am off to enjoy one of our last beautiful days in Paradise!