courtesy of ABCnews.com
As promised, here is the Dos Equis commercial introducing the new The Most Interesting Man in the World. I’m still not sold on him 100%. I know, I know, sometimes it’s hard to let go of the past. And sometimes, the new just sucks.
Dear bloggers, I would like to know your thoughts on the rebound guy. I look forward to hearing from you🙂 In the meantime, enjoy your weekend.!! Cheers.! Y salud.!
My lovely friend, P. the photographer, captured this amazing photo Sunday morning. What a beautiful way to start a new day.!!
courtesy of facebook.com/soyplayense photo credit: SupYogaTulum
a full moon that is.! Unbelievably gorgeous shot of the full moon Saturday night in Playa del Carmen.!
Hola luna.!! It’s good to see you again🙂
courtesy of Dos Equis via AP
Saying goodbye is never easy and especially to The Most Interesting Man in the World.!!! And while the world said goodbye to him back in September, I’ve been avoiding the whole goodbye scene. I somehow felt that if I didn’t post it here it wasn’t real. But alas, it is all too real. Dos Equis already replaced The Most Interesting Man in the World with another.!?!? Is nothing sacred.?!?! I guess not. hmph…
So the time has come for me (and you fellow bloggers and dear readers) to say “adios amigo” to the man who entertained us with such charm and derring do. Next week, I’ll introduce us to the rebound guy for The Most Interesting Man in the World. I’m not sold on him yet. Excuse me while I go find a kleenex, I have something in my eye😦 In the meantime, have a wonderful weekend. Enjoy.! Y salud.!!
courtesy of facebook.com/zenzibeach
I mean seriously I can’t make this stuff up.!! This picture taken yesterday in Playa is sheer perfection.!! An ocean view complete with a spectacular rainbow (arco iris) from one of the tables at Zenzi Beach Bar (a personal favorite I might add).!
Due to all the storm activity in the Caribbean, the sky is always a beautiful mix of azure blue, clouds, and rainbows. That’s the upside. The downside is Hurricane Matthew was in the neighborhood and is heading north. Wishing everyone in the hurricane’s path Godspeed.
Playa del Carmen ferry pier past courtesy of Jeff Seratta/facebook.com
The photo above showcases Playa del Carmen when it was old school. Before 2005, Playa was just a small sleepy little fishing town. It’s biggest claim to fame was the port where you could catch the ferry to Cozumel.
Now it’s a bustling destination city on to itself. And the ferry pier has been modernized. Oh my, how times have changed.!
Playa del Carmen ferry pier present courtesy of periodistasquintanaroo.com
courtesy of tecate.com
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a new Tecate commercial. So in the spirit of surviving this political season and celebrating the weekend – here’s a new Tecate ad.!! Enjoy.!! Y salud🙂