Too Many Rules

One of the things I’m reminded of when I travel south of the border is how rigid and sterile some aspects of life can be in the states. Last winter, returning from 10 days in Mexico, my first errand was to Target to restock the fridge. It struck me how antiseptic everything in the grocery…

Yelapa . Mexico

While exploring the surrounds of Puerto Vallarta and nearby mountains we spent a day in Yelapa, a small village tucked inside a cove roughly 30 miles south of Vallarta. Yelapa is unique in that it’s a beach town, yet no roads lead to it and it’s only accessible by boat. The lack of “mainland” access…

Banderas Bay . Puerto Vallarta

From the air… It’s hit or miss taking photos from airplane windows. This one turned out nice, and looks even better as desktop background. Especially during winter. Nuevo Puerto Vallarta on the left, and the old town and Zona Romantica against the Sierra Madre mountains on the right.