Since I chose to write this blog in a different format than the daily accounting format, I ended up with some pictures I thought “should” be included, but didn’t have a tale to tell with them. Well, since I am making up my own way of retelling my stories, I decided it would be simplest to put another entry just for pics of Zihuatanejo and Barra de Potosi. Thus we have the Zihuatanejo Photo Album.
Enjoy. . . .
A Tree Growing into a Wall, but No Longer
These Ornamentals Caught My Eye
Coconuts and Palapas Made in Part From Coconut
Mural Near the Malecon
A Statue Near the Malecon
Zihautanejo Beach Shot
The Clouds Add to the Drama
I Thought the Crocodiles Were Cute
A Home Viewed From the Beach
Homes Viewed From the Canal
Signs Near the Beach Encouraged Keeping the Beaches Clean
An Herbal Shop Was a Must Do For Me
The Artist Mixed Local Materials With a Barbie Doll
A Local Oyster Bar (No Fridge!)
Look At All Those Mangos!
BARRA DE POTOSI
Processing Coconuts on a Larger Scale
Can You See the Baby Coconuts?
A Very Spiky Tree- Ouch!
Looking Close Up You Can See the Barnacles Growing on the Mangrove Roots
Bird Life is Abundant in the Lagoon
Fishing Is on a Subsistence Level
Looking at the Lagoon from the Sandbar that Separates it From the Ocean
Looking at the Ocean from the Sandbar that Separated It From the Lagoon
Homes in the Village Range from Ramshackle to Posh
Adios Barra de Potosi