Nov 27, 2013

Que pasa

Colin entertaining the neighbors a few nights ago. Thanks for the photo John.

Just another morning walk, same beach but always something different.

This time Caeli came face to face with a grasshopper.

Bit by bit our plants are coming back.

Within a few weeks our bougainvillea should be blooming once again.

Meanwhile our new hibiscus continue to amaze us with their beauty.

We enjoyed a lovely happy hour ( s ) last evening.

All so happy to be on the Isla!

Adios to Ivy and her parents Sandi and Tony ~ they left for Lo de Marcos this morning.

The girls got a proper bath this morning complete with baby shampoo.

I was finally was able to deliver my gift of a pot of flowers to the matriarch of the family living way down the beach in an old abandoned restaurant. She has been admiring our flowers when she walks past and I just decided to treat her. This family used to live in the Colonia and somehow ended up on the beach but it is a very long walk for them to purchase their basic foods.

N0t sure what the rest of the day will bring.  Certainly books, music, vino and a lovely ocean breeze.

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6 Responses to “Que pasa”

  1. Teri says:

    I really love that dress you’re wearing in the happy hour photo. Looks like you’re all enjoying your days and nights!

    • contessa says:

      Teri….gracias, it is nice and cool. We are enjoying every hour.

      George…for certain, each and every minute.

      Chris…..you better make it, who will drink the vodka otherwise.

      Linda…..Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

      Jannose….we are finally set up and relaxing.

  2. Such is the life on the Isla, enjoy every minute of it.

  3. chris says:

    We’d better make it! Juan loves the pictures.

  4. Linda & Russell says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you & Colin and your Island friends! I’m thankful we get to follow your journey vicariously…

  5. Jannose says:

    Poor Ivy doesn’t look very happy to be leaving. Looks like you are finally relaxed, enjoy your winter.

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