Nov 20, 2007

tour of rural mexico

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Fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice. Every morning, afternoon, and evening. That pretty much sums up our weekend getaway to Urique. To tell you the truth, we didn't do much else other than pick, squeeze, and drink grapefruit juice - but that was the whole point! No internet, no crafting, no thinking about anything other than the present moment. We brought our yoga mats, enjoyed our books, and stayed up late talking about a hodge-podge of subjects. Nice.

If you happen to be presented with an opportunity to visit Urique, we highly recommend staying at Entre Amigos. Be warned - you will never want to leave, and will begin making arrangements to retire somewhere nearby.

Thanks to those of you who took advantage of the sale over at my Etsy shop. I am leaving the sale open until Wednesday night, as my sweet Grandma has offered to ship off any extra orders.

Hasta muy pronto,
Meg

9 comments:

Katie said...

happy thanksgiving! looks like you had a great time!

Suzanne said...

What a relaxing vacation--have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Natalie said...

Muchas gracias, y feliz dia de gracias.
I met my swap partner today, and I want to thank you again for arranging this fun.

denise said...

You made me add this place to the places I want to visit!
It looks wonderful!

patti said...

Meg your photography is just so wonderful! You capture everything so well and there is a vibrancy to your photos.

Your trip sounds fantastic! So awesome that your man does yoga with you!!!

village mama said...

It's a dark, grey and rainy day here in Toronto, so nothing could be better than satiating wanderlust than your beautiful photos. I will daydream about picking, smelling and drinking 'fresh' grapefruits and their juices all day long. Gracias!

Christie said...

Amazing pics, Happy Thanksgiving...

Lindart said...

Mexico always has such beautiful colours, so intense and beautiful in such an impovrished country. You take beautiful creative photos, I love them!

Ariella said...

Hi, I just found your blog, and I love everything about it! I would love to open a Montessori school one day, but right now, it seems to be an impossible dream. I love that you do crafts with the children that respect their Mexican and Indian heritage. Thanks for the inspiration!