|52 Anniversary Dinner at|
La Habichuela Sunset
Writing about life where the rubber meets the road does not make you an expert! Travel in this world is all about the discovery and surprise. I like that a lot. I really don't want to know what is around the next corner or where I should be looking.
HOWEVER when it comes to food, I don't want any surprises...none at all. That is why I depend on our Fordor's Travel Guide. While they list more than you would want to read through, I always just go to the red Fordor's Recommends
in the margins and choose the one that I can afford, make reservations and trust that we will be happy. We have never gone wrong.
|Artwork: Rocking Horses|
|Mayan Pole Dancers (sunset)|
|Mayan Coffee Preparation|
|Our beloved resort shuttle!|
On our last full day of freedom in Mexico we decided to take the shuttle into Cancun and have dinner. We ate at a place called La Habichuela Sunset
located on Hotel road. The restaurant featured Caribbean food and is located on the interior lagoon. We were not disappointed in anyway. The manager said mention his name (Miguel) and that I sent you...you will get a free Mayan Coffee (maybe). That is what I had and you will not be disappointed.
So it is good-bye to Mexico, back to Oregon where Christmas and family is waiting. I am a very happy woman.b+
Great photos--your trip sounds great. Had to laugh, though, about food surprises. Some of my best and worst travel meals were surprises!ReplyDelete
Well, I know what you mean...but...I am at an age where surprises can be disastrous. No more "iron" stomach" for me. Besides, if I can have good delicious food, why not? :)ReplyDelete