This is the little cabin where we stayed. William and Bonnie designed and built their house and this guest house. They did an amazing job incorporating the natural landscape into their building. For example, we showered outside. Which was great when the water was warm and chilly chilly when the wind blew. On puentas, or holidays, they book guests to enjoy the countryside. Oh, we were so happy to get a chance to relax here.
At night, the sky was freckled with stars. This is first light in the morning, a view from my pillow. That tall skinny tree at the left is actually an old yucca plant.
The littlest bed buddy. Claire wakes up cheerful. Smiles and coos. (That's a piece of hat yarn on her forehead).
My man and my babe. Good company.
One of the streets leading to the square. Justin was the one who manuevered the stroller through the cobbled streets. We met a local couple with two small kids, one only a couple months older than Claire. Their stroller was outfitted with super thick wheels that didn't get caught between stones. Jealous?
I'd heard about this French bakery from friends. Oh. My. Wow. Yum. We indulged in an almond crossaint, pan de chocolate (think crossaint with bits of semisweet chocolate inside), a chocolate torte, and cappacino with towering foam. We bought a box of treats home with us and I've got some tasty coconut cookies in the freezer for a rainy day. Or a sunny day. Or a cloudy day.
A waterfall we hiked to on New Year's morning. A good start to the year.