Saturday Snapshot…. Foods Of Cancun
The weekend is here! Yet… I don’t feel in my usual relaxed weekend mode. After I write this post I am going to go and change the window out at the library, then list some printers we no longer use on Craig’s List, work on securing authors for Wine and Words, and start to prep our Friends Annual meeting agenda that is Monday evening. Hopefully later this afternoon Al and I will meet up with our son Brad to eat and catch up.
Speaking of food…
One of the great things about vacation is of course, all the delicious food and no cooking it! We recently returned from Cancun, a trip we took to Moon Palace, an all inclusive resort with friends. I am normally a big picture taker, but not so much this time so relying on those that were with us to come up with great pics – however… I did grab some food pics. You know that crazy person that is in a restaurant and whips out their camera to take a picture of their food? Say hi next time, that is me. 😉
Above: By the pools there were several places you could grab a quick bite to eat. They had everything from chicken wings to burgers…. salads to cookies…. nachos to hot dogs on the grill. And yes, they had pizza. We had the pizza a couple of times during the week we were there. They made it in front of you and cooked it in this cool brick oven. The pizzas cooked in about two minutes.
Below: One of the days a few of our group went into Cancun to see the shops. They had beautiful items for sale but I am not a big fan of the hustling and the pushiness of the vendors. Still, it was nice to say that I did go into Cancun. Before we headed back to the resort we grabbed a bite in a Mexican restaurant in the area. The food was tasty!
Below: My husband Al, and a couple of the other guys, Ray and Jim, went fishing one morning. They caught quite a few fish in the few hours they were out including this big Mahi Mahi which the chefs at the resort cooked for us that evening for our dinner. It was a great experience for the guys and it was fun to taste the fresh fish they caught.