The first time we visited Clos de Tres Cantos was on my birthday so we were visiting multiple places during that day. This time around it was the only place and was meeting up with several expats for the first time.
We were told the history and the basis of the winery.
If you spend any length of time in Mexico you will need to learn some patience, have a little persistence to hopefully persevere.
After I got back from the road trip north in early June, all of sudden the mini-split in the living-room made some popping noises and then nothing. We only had this unit for barely a year and have used it very little but was out of the bumper to bumper warranty even though the compressor and motor are still under warranty.
Sorry, got side tracked on posting my adventure of the week as I was trying to push out some craft-n-dab project blogs. So we visited the Riviera here in Ensenada. The museum area was closed as it was a Monday but we did tour the grounds and other areas of the building.
This month our South of the Border Blog Hop is about dream vacations or ones taken in Mexico. My focus is on the trip we did from Ensenada to San Jose del Cabo and back, we basically drove from top to bottom and back of the Baja Peninsula.
Our adventures took us to Mercado Natural y Artesanala weekly event on Sundays located at Recicleteando which is a vegan/vegetarian restaurant. It is a smaller, quirky, eclectic location with a mix of vendors which sell natural, handmade or organic products. There are classes offered of Thai Chi, Yoga, Karate, Self Defense, Photography and Reading along with events for children and the family.
Well I’ve been MIA as I was road tripping from Baja California, Mexico up to Washington and back for a month but am now back south. I had decided to try something new and do or go somewhere new once a week, be it an activity, event or a place then blog about it.
This is a check in on how my one word for the year of 2018 is progressing. My word choice I had selected was ‘Balance’ and is still a work in progress with baby steps moving forward.
I have to thank Camille from our blogging group and owner of SurvivingMexico.com as she got me blogging a lot more than I even planned or imagined.
Right now my day seems to be never-ending tiling. Basically the last couple years has been mostly about the house but the major projects are finally coming to an end. So lately my day has predominantly been setting tile or grouting.
I know this is after the fact by almost a month but it was amazing to view.
Took pictures in the late evening showing the large moon before the event began. Without realizing the actual time of the event I woke up at 4 am just as it began. This blog will be more visual as I post the progress of this event.