Sunday, June 26, 2005

A People Day at Tenacatita, Jalisco Mexico

A people day at Tenacatita

Friday June 24th
Denis, my neighbor, had not been to Tenacatita or La Manzanilla and it had been a month for me. Surprisingly busy for a summer Friday with a few bus loads of weekend tourists. Humidity was up as well as the waves. I walked up on the bluff between the main beach and the snorkeling beach (fotos) and noticed huge waves breaking on the beach just north of us. We took a palm grove road on the way out and found an empty and exciting beach - dangerous waves and currents.


Tenacatita Beach from the bluff

Mexicans sure know how to play in the surf

... and play on the beach

Below is the exciting beach just north of Tenacatita

Jania and Marcos

Link to more fotos of the day

6 comments:

Jen said...

Great photos of our favorite Mexico beach. It's been 2 years since I was last there, there appears to be growing numbers of buildings and restaurants. I watched the beautiful brick wall that supports the bluff, (3rd photo)north of Tenacatita Bay being built, brick by brick, bucket by bucket of mortar raised by hand. It appears to still be under construction. Do you know if it is going to be a building of sorts?

Blogster said...

I don't seem to have newer fotos but the place looks to be a restaurant of sorts. There's a pool out on the patio. All is still very unfinished

http://tenacatita.blogspot.com/

http://sparks-mexico.com/costalegre/tenacatita/tenacatita-beach/index.html

Anonymous said...

i was there about two years ago and talked to the two men working there. they said it was a house for a wealthy chicano from the u.s. they said that they didnt have blueprints but that he comes in every so often to tell them what he wants done. they were pouring bed supports while i was inside.

Anonymous said...

Right now it's a restaurant and for-sale unfinished

Anonymous said...

yes` is a great place es una maravilla de playa espero retirarme en unos anos ire a vivir en ese lugar i think is the best litle place of mexico,

Anonymous said...

yes` is a great place to live after working hard for years and years that place makes you not think about the past or the precent you just start all over again

The construction of the house finished in April 2011 and I'm pretty much settled in. As of March 2014 I'm in preparation for rain mode for this coming summer. That includes sealing and painting things and dealing with drainage issues from last year.

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