Laura Lane – Wife, mom, daughter, sister, friend, teacher, reader, learner, and as of now a blogger. This website was created to share stories and images of a move to San Carlos, Mexico. I hope you appreciate these anecdotes as much as I have treasured living them.
Established July 2019
#45 The Iguana Man of Guerrero
Mike and I recently traveled within the country of Mexico for the first time in a long while and found a lovely new place to visit. After a zig zag flight pattern across the country from Hermosillo to Mexico City we finally landed in Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Guerrero. Even though this town is only 1,000 miles south… Read more
#45 Cafe 55
Running errands in Guaymas, a town about 15 minutes outside of San Carlos, is almost always a longer than expected journey. I needed a coffee, pronto! My errand buddy, Amy, mentioned she had once been to a little hole in the wall cafe that she was fairly certain she could still find. Turning off of… Read more
#44 A Regatta is a Race?
Living in San Carlos for almost two years we’ve met many interesting people with intriguing pasts. One such character is our friend, Art. This former Californian has many passions but being “on the water” in some way, shape or form tops the list. This guy kayaks, paddle boards, cruises, reels in fish and/or sails just… Read more
#43 Vintage Vibes, Modern Perks and Affordable Rates
*This entry is not about life in San Carlos, Mexico, but rather about an artsy, little place in Tucson that offers a unique hotel stay experience. Driving across the border from Mexico to the United States has taught me lessons in patience. After traveling four hours along Mexico’s highway 15, the wall, yes, that one,… Read more
#42 Big Hearts and Even Bigger Smiles
Many people I’ve met living in San Carlos, Mexico are kind hearted, gracious, generous souls. Last Saturday that was evidenced by a very sweet act of kindness. My friend, a former firefighter from New Mexico, Kerry, sparked a humble idea that he put into action. His actions resulted in something very special for others. About… Read more