Thursday, August 4, 2011

Handpainted sinks and other colorful things from Playa del Carmen

We just came back from a family vacation at The Grand Mayan in Riviera Maya just outside of Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Say that three times fast!!! The resort was absolutely top notch, with a lush, tropical setting and delicious cuisine. We only chose to leave the premises one day, when we took a cab to the "Fifth Avenue" of Playa del Carmen. Not quite as luxurious as New York City, but it certainly made for a nice afternoon. There were so many different things to look at, I just thought I'd share a few of them here.

Aren't these handpainted sinks just beautiful?

This one would be perfect for a sunflower lover.

This colorful swing is the epitome of relaxation, don't you think?!

This handmade stained glass sitting atop a fountain was quite the focal point.

A pirate ship sticking out of a restaurant. Clever!

The most fashionable skeleton I've ever seen!

"Jelly fish" lanterns. Quite cute!

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