Inside Casa La Ventana

Boca de Tomatlan ~ January 29 to February 1 Christina owns, and lives on the top two floors of, Casa La Ventana. Before moving to Mexico, she worked in the building trades in the USA. So she designed the house herself, completing the drawings for each floor “a couple of weeks before we started construction…

Casa La Ventana

Boca de Tomatlan ~ January 29 to February 1 In Boca de Tomatlan, we stayed in “Casa La Ventana” which I guess means “Windy House” … and it is a suitable name … but in a good way … 😊

Boca de Tomatlan

Boca de Tomatlan ~ January 29 to February 1 [It has been a month since I wrote the previous blog-post. The reason is simple. I am writing these notes back home in Connecticut. Jana & I are planning a short trip to England in May and planning for this next trip took precedence. So, to…

Lunch at the Ocean Grill

A few kilometers South of Boca de Tomatlan ~ February 1 As regular readers of this blog know, Jana & I love to find new places to have lunch and (occasionally) dinner. On this trip, one of the best places we visited was the Ocean Grill. The location is amazing. The food was some of…

Flowers and Ironwork

Puerto Vallarta, Boca de Tomatlan & Bucerias ~ January 19 to February 7 My Mexican blog got interrupted by flaky WiFi access. I am now, in fact, back home in Connecticut, where the temperature is a not-so-balmy 7 degrees Fahrenheit. I now plan to resume blogging, retrospectively. Plants and flowers are everywhere in this part…

Boca de Tomatlan

Boca de Tomatlan is a tiny little place. This photo shows the entire beachfront. For this part of our trip, we will be renting a car and driving South from Puerto Vallarta. The road hugs the shoreline of Banderas Bay all the way down to Boca de Tomatlan, at which point the road turns inland…