While it’s snowing like crazy in Toronto, I am thinking of the beautiful cloudy skies and turquoise Caribbean water in #Mexico. So don’t be surprised when I continue to spread some Mexican colors and warmth. You cant be in Yucatán Peninsula and not visit the Mayan ruins. Despite the crowds of tourists, souvenir vendors and the extremely hot sun, the trip is worth it, especially if your guide is a contemporary Maya with a sense of humor and enthusiasm for sharing not only the fascinating culture, history and language of his people, but also the astronomical theories behind the design of El Castillo, why you’ll want to clap when standing under it, and how the Observatory was used as a lookout on the heavens.
returning to the breath... and quieting the mind...
...the slow and steady ringing of the bells of this little chapel in the centre of Playa Del Carmen reminds me of the significance of every moment, of the marvels that surround me... The world is such a fascinating place, indeed!
mariachi on the beach 🎻🎺
sunlight warm like oil... #Mexico
a much needed change of scenery 🌴🌵Hola from #Mexico
This historic late 19th century house is home to the best known restaurant in Charleston, SC #charlestonsc Last year, at exactly the same time, following the end of the wonderful performance of “To Kill a Mockingbird” at Dock Street Theatre #dockstreettheatre, my husband and I rushed through the charming streets of the city hoping to not miss the opportunity to eat at a restaurant both of us wanted to visit since we watched Anthony Bourdain, Bill Murray, and Sean Brock palled around at Husk. The dishes were fresh, delightfully crafted and made only with seasonally available ingredients. At @huskrestaurant, I ate the most delicious Southern skillet cornbread and pumpkin pana cotta; I still dream about them. The entire trip was a truly inspiring experience – Charleston, with its delicately decorated houses and lovely autumn weather – I would go back in a heartbeat 🧡