Friday, October 31, 2014

1st Gastronomico Festival

Gastronomico Dia de los Muertos

This Saturday and Sunday nights (1st and 2nd) Barra will have its first Day of the Dead celebration. Starting at 7:00 p.m., from the corner of the Alondra Hotel to the entrance of the malecon, you will find restaurants offering food samples for $20 pesos each, and small traditional altars honoring the loved ones of the local business owners.

There was talk of fireworks later in the evening, but we're not sure that is going to happen.

Friday, October 03, 2014

Break water or a beach

Well, all the sand is gone but at least the buildings aren't falling into the ocean. Storm after storm this year has been hard on the rebuilt beach. Don't know if they will bring in more sand for the tourist season.That's a lot of work only to have it wash away every year.

Barra de Navidad Beach

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