This weekend we had a second gathering at the land. For the occasion a new social area was added close to the cenote, and may I say I just love it.
It is shaded and fresh and complete with hammocks and a great swing.
We made new friends and visited with old friends visiting from Miami and received many humbling and wonderful compliments on the progress ass well as the project in general.
This morning we headed to the beach to see our friends off, it was pouring when we went, but throughout the morning it cleared up and we enjoyed some lovely hours by the ocean.
A blessed weekend indeed!
Keenan loves to visit the animals, and lately he finds eggs almost every time he goes
helping to make the veggie skewers for the BBQ
New "beach" area seen from the kitchen (cenote is just behind to the right)
We are once again enjoying the fresh waters of the cenote, the crocodile have not been seen for about a month now, we assume he went onto more private waters,
although we still keep a sharp eye every time we go in!
"beach" area seen from the cenote
The new swing, isn't it lovely! I would like one for inside our house as well:)
These swings are handmade by a Swedish girl in Playa Del Carmen, you can special order and choose the colors of your choice, and the seat is a gorgeous solid wooden piece.
This morning on the actual beach...
I have been thinking we might add some rock mosaic to our walls, to break up the cement look, and I love the look of these simple spirals..
Tulum beaches are so lovely and peaceful. There are few people at any given time, no motor boats or jet skis are allowed and they are very relaxed about dogs who are welcome to come along.
A very laid back and beautiful experience!
We gathered many treasures gifted from the ocean
More inspiration, perhaps on a smaller scale for just two or three hammocks, and then I would send some climbing passion fruit vines over as well..