Gasp! What was this? Cloudy skies? It was definitely time for us to go home. During our two-month stay, we only had one day of rain, and it also rained one time during the night. This cloudy day was threatening rain, but we didn't see it. With so little rain, the locals had commented on the fact that this was not a typical winter.
Faces restaurant with their Wednesday afternoon jam sessions. Mostly the same people sang each week and this lady joined them for a few songs. She clearly had spent some time in front of an audience.
Notice that window behind the band?
Barlovento restaurant to find lots of green. Barb and Ed in the green spirit...
Our very friendly, very honest and very helpful caretaker, Felipe. He didn't speak English and we didn't speak much Spanish but we both managed to make ourselves understood. He made sure we had water refills, our garbage was taken care of and anything else we asked for. We all look a little crabby here!
La Antigua a few times with mixed reviews, mostly because they couldn't ever seem to coordinate the meals properly. But they hit it out of the park on the last night. It's a fairly new restaurant in an older home with a lovely setting in the back.
Here endeth this blog...