Huatulco is almost due south from Austin, Texas – it’s a resort town situated on the Pacific coast of Mexico in the state of Oaxaca. I visited Huatulco in 2000 and remember it as a very laid back place.
The Bougainvillea grew to massive size and were full of vibrant blooms
Lush gardens full of tropical fruits – this little pineapple tree has already produced fruit.
Outdoor living areas are very common in Huatulco – usually with an open sided thatched roof to offer protection from the sun or rain.
I saw this little turtle on one of my walks.
The town of La Crucecita is a popular attraction to many Catholics who visit the church in the center of town.
On the ceiling of the church is a 20 meter mural of the Virgen de Guadalupe (Virgin of Guadalupe) the patron saint of Mexico.
Another mural in La Crucecita church – the name translated into English means ‘the small cross’.
Sunset in Huatulco – a relaxing resort town in the Oaxaca Mexico on the Pacific Coast.
This is part of ABC Wednesday Project where people from around the world create a weekly post as we go through the alphabet – visiting the letter H this week.