Butterflies are free.
A door on a side street off the malecon. I think I finally got this one straight!
Donde? I do not know.
A much photographed island door. I must have been taken this on one of the many cool days because the little white dog isn't peeking under the door.
This door opens to a shop that sells books and they may have voted for Josefina. I must be clairvoyant.
Never noticed this door until it was closed. It's the kitchen door at the former Playa del Sol.
A bright cheery yellow door against a bright purple wall!
Another old favorite. I never noticed the door or windows open on this trip. There are usually colorful curtains billowing out that window.
Ommmmmmmm. I wonder if this door will open for business again?
I noticed an older woman in the street very upset with me after I took this photo. I guess locals tire of tourists lurking in the shadows taking photos of doors.
I have entered this doorway a few times, but never found a souvenir I wanted badly enough to bargain. I'm ashamed to admit it, but I rarely enter shops now. Bargaining is just not my nature, nor do I want to pay an astronomical amount because of my reluctance to enter the fray. I'm definitely culturally challenged.
Lo Lo Lorena's pretty blue door.
A door for people of short stature.
Juarez door across from the Navy base.
Door on the zocalo.
A friend once told me that a well-known maletero lives here. Sometimes the trike is parked in front.
Ave. Juarez 17 could use a facelift.
Love this door with the Mexican blanket curtain.
Colorful Juarez doorway. (What's that X about?)
Medina shop doors I haven't seen open for years. Evidently someone lives there since the window's open.
Does it signal a lack of adventure, a failure to speak the language and breach the cultural divide, or just that I'm hesitant to break rules and be impolite? Or maybe I'm just over thinking it. rockwall tx locksmithReplyDelete
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