Saturday, January 24, 2015


Unas Maravillosas Vacaciones!
(What a Wonderful Vacation!)

We just returned from Isle Mujeres, Mexico.
Which is a island that is 5 miles long off the coast of Mexico.

This is the small port on the island where we arrived by boat. 

It was beautiful!

There were so many unique structures!

A bit dark!
A night at Olivia's Israelian restaurant.

 Here is one of many high lights!
We went to a tucked away Women's Beading Co-op.
It reminded me so much of our quilting gatherings. 


I loved these photos of this women!

The views where spectacular!  

Here is my hubby coming with a cocktail!

While taking a short hike and looking down some cliffs
we spotted a lizard sunny!

This is my mothers veranda where we met for coffee most mornings. 

While we were at the most southern part of the island we could see the mainland.

 View from my room!

I would not normally show this photo, but we were shocked to find the plane empty 
on our return. There was maybe 20 other people in our section.
It was a little freaky flying with so few people. 

I promise to stick to the fibery and quilty world in the next post.

Till We Quilt Again,


  1. Uh Helen, the reason the plane was empty was because no one wants to leave!! That is what a great vacation looks like to me!! Thanx for sharing, that was a perfect pick me up after the forecast for the next few days!!


  2. Mi gusta Isle Mujeres! Loved your photos. Thanks! A trip to Mexico is never long enough.

  3. The dream flight home after a dreamy vacation!!! I always prayed for empty flights - had a few of them and I loved them!! I don't like feeling like a sardine :)

  4. Will you share the name of the Hotel you stayed at? Do u recommend it?

  5. I agree, who would want to leave that gorgeous place! Rub it in....are you tan too?

  6. Oh, Helen, your pictures are sublime!! LOVE!! I hope old man winter doesn't snow down on you too hard this week!! What a wonderful spot! Thanks for sharing your pics. Color me green with envy ;)


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