After a full morning of relishing the art of Puerto Vallarta, it was time for us to tap into our own creativity, roll up our sleeves and stroke our brushes fingers against a blank canvas at La Dulce Vista (The Sweet View).

I'd been waiting for this particular leg of the tour all day, so I was ready to take that trip up the mountain. Unbeknownst to me, the ride up the Sierra Madre Mountains was extremely rugged. The narrow, winding pathway on the way up had us all holding on for dear life. 

I can't lie, I was slightly fearful and uncertain if that little white van was capable of making it all the way up that vast mountain - but oh me of little faith. We made it up yonder, in one piece.

As we got off the van, and I caught a glimpse of the breathtaking view overlooking Jalisco, it made our rough voyage well worth the while.

By far, this was one of the most amazing experiences I ever had. One of those moments that simply make you grateful to be alive - and it was worth more than a mere picture could have captured.

The wind-chimes were dancing with the trees.

We finger painted on glass tile.

We drank wine and snacked on queso.

And caught snaps of the sweet view. 

What a perfect ending to my vacation. Until we meet again, Mexico**besos**


Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico

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