Their home has a courtyard with each room having an entrance to the outside, and one to the courtyard. Very interesting layout. They are the nicest people we have met. We went over for dinner last night. Rafael and I made sour dough rolls with nuts. Delicious. Peggy had a variety of home made dishes to try, and I was full before we were to the main course....steak the size of Kansas. Kathy would have loved it! They brought over fresh fruit and avocados, and something we had never tasted. Cactus apples! Very different, refreshing, and kinda odd.
Each arch went in to a different room.
Notice the knight?
The tiled cabinets reminded us of Jane and Martins Salida home.
Dining room, with bull head!
Peggy's Palapa. A new Spanish word for me.
The palm leaves are tied on by hand. Over 800 per roof. It does NOT leak when it rains! Amazing. Note the speakers. Rafael has music going all the time, inside and outside of classical Mexican music that is beautiful.
In the court yard area.
Facing the entrance of the front of the house.
Over 800 palm trees, all groomed. This plant is Plumaria I think, from Hawaii.
Fresh bread we made.