November 23, 2013

Last night in la Cruz ... boo hoo

Such a wonderful relaxing time. Never wanted it to end. I really had no idea how hyper I was until I started to relax. Then all I could do was lie around like a lump. Our last day in town was lovely.  Naturally, it would not have been complete without one last swim.  I'm going to miss the ocean and the pool!

Had breakfast in the village and did  a little shopping.

Love that hat

Enjoying breakfast in the village

Much later that evening, enjoying copious amounts of alcohol including drinks on the house, eating fresh lobster and generally becoming blitzed.  (Pat had a go at playing the grand piano!)

After the lobster, lost count of the drinks, talked with Scottish and Canadian guests in the restaurant, using my best Scottish accent, (they weren't insulted)  Stuffed myself with an incredible amount of fresh lobster.  Desperately want to crash into my bed, but managed to stay on two feet and be polite.  Toothpicks for my eyes please - quickly!

And then it was over.  Just like that!  Home - crashed into bed.  Morning came early and by 10:00 am we were on the road to Puerto Vallarta for another little adventure.

Thanks for stopping in my Lovely's,  More manana.

“...vicinity to the sea is desirable, because it is easier to do nothing by the sea than anywhere else, and because bathing and basking on the shore cannot be considered an employment but only an apotheosis of loafing. ("Expiation")”
― E.F. Benson, 



  1. Glad you had such a wonderful holiday, and that you are now safely back home. You will have all the wonderful lobster and drinks and memories to noursih your body and soul in the weeks to come! Hugs, Valerie

  2. Sounds like you had an awful time Donna all that lobster and alcohol how terrible !!!!!! Fabulous photo's and am not at all jealous !!!!!!! Glad you had such a wonderful time yopu certainly deserve it.

    Marie (