Archive | Sunset Sunday RSS feed for this section
The Mangrove Inn Sunset and Dinner

The Mangrove Inn Sunset and Dinner

After in the day on Magdalena Bay and exploring the sand dunes of Magdalena Island we headed back to the Mangrove Inn for dinner and an overnight at one of its beachfront villas. Being on the Pacific coast of the Baja Peninsula I thought it be great opportunity to capture sunset in Mexico in the […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }
La Mision – The Sunrise Mission in Loreto, Mexico

La Mision – The Sunrise Mission in Loreto, Mexico

Loreto, located on the east coast of the Baja Peninsula overlooks the Sea of Cortez. Each morning the sun provides the wake-up call the local fisherman to head out to sea and for the tourists looking to start another day of adventure in this tranquil coastal desert paradise. It is one of the many Lures […]

Read full story Comments { 4 }
An Anything But Typical First Sunset in Loreto, Mexico When Sailing through its Islands

An Anything But Typical First Sunset in Loreto, Mexico When Sailing through its Islands

We headed into the cove and set the anchor, this was to be home for the evening. As the sun continued its descent, the crew on board started to assemble the on-shore dinner arrangements.  A fresh seafood feast with wine awaited us on the sandy shore of Isla Carmen, one of the five islands inside […]

Read full story Comments { 4 }
Appalachia Kitchen, a Fine Dinning Sunset in Snowshoe, West Virginia

Appalachia Kitchen, a Fine Dinning Sunset in Snowshoe, West Virginia

Sunset dinning seems to always be a goal on tropical beach vacations, but it needs to be equally on the radar when taking a winter escape to Snowshoe, West Virginia. With an upside down style resort (the ski lodges are on top of the mountains, not at the base) the uninhibited views of the Allegheny […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }
Love For Virginia Wine -the  James Charles Winery Sunset Sunday

Love For Virginia Wine -the James Charles Winery Sunset Sunday

Virginia is for lovers and there is much to love about its wine regions.  Never does one of my north-south drives for the Christmas time holidays or summer happen without a stop a local winery or vineyard along the Blue Ridge Mountains. Nor should one. This past road trip, after happily exiting the Pennsylvania lock-downs, […]

Read full story Comments { 2 }
El Camino de Santiago – Sunset Views from a Hiking Enthusiast

El Camino de Santiago – Sunset Views from a Hiking Enthusiast

In this stressful world we live in, it’s easy to forget how important being in nature is for our mental health and health in general. No matter which option you prefer, some things are the same between hiking and cycling – you are outdoor, relying on your own resources to get you to that final […]

Read full story Comments { 2 }
Sunset Magic in Valle de Bravo

Sunset Magic in Valle de Bravo

Less than two hours on modern highways from the hustle and bustle of Mexico City visitors (and locals) can drive to a Pueblo Magico Valle de Bravo located in the neighboring state of Mexico. A fellow magic town like Malinalco, this magic town is known for its colonial architecture and cobblestone streets, its Lake Avándaro, […]

Read full story Comments { 8 }
A Shared Switzerland Sunset in Zurich

A Shared Switzerland Sunset in Zurich

Sometimes it is the beauty of the sunset itself, other times the beauty is in the moment and who we share the sunset with and sometimes it’s both. Guest blogger Anna shares one such sunset memory from Zurich, Switzerland for this week’s Sunset Sunday……enjoy. I have been living in Switzerland for nearly two decades. But […]

Read full story Comments { 2 }