This was my favorite spot on Playa Norte. Shady palms and a log to lean back on!
Tarzan rents the umbrellas and chairs for 40 pesos each.
Lots of pretty yellow and blue boats to rent.
This little beachcomber likes to sniff sleeping humans. It's fun to watch the reactions. Some people aren't amused.
Notice how the woman in close is up to her chest and the people farther out are barely ankle deep? There's a nice shallow shelf for wading out there.
This guy likes beach picnics. He managed to scatter a group of newbies in front of Maria del Mar. I didn't linger long enough to see if he ate their potato chips.
Playa Norte seems to be in building sand mode. I remember a few years ago when these palms were almost submerged.
Notice how everything seems to coordinate at the beach with pretty blues and yellows!
The Seahawk Dive boat down by the Avalon bridge.
The NaBalam beach continues to add more sand.
When the wind was ferocious down by Ixchel, I strolled down to the Avalon Cove and planted my beach chair. The water was very calm there! Here's the view from the bridge.
Wish that whole shutting the eyes thing and dreaming the beach was working! (But it's not.)