Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve – Dinner at Señor Barril & The Sights of Santa Cruz Beach

Dinner at Señor Barril

We didn’t have reservation at Señor Barril, but were fortunate to find one table at the back of the restaurant. We were hungry and ordered quickly. Unfortunately, our order took over an hour to arrive. My steak was tasty, but very fatty. Michael enjoyed his salad. Overall, the staff was nice, but the food left us a bit disappointed.

New Year’s Eve Festivities at Sabor a Mi

The neighboring restaurant, Sabor a Mi had a lavish New Year’s Eve affair with entertainment!

New Year’s Eve Festivities at Santa Cruz Beach

Michael and I hailed a taxi, that drove us to Santa Cruz Beach! This was where the action was! The area was PACKED! The beach had standing space only! Both Michael and I were a bit overcome with the crowds and decided to skip the festivities and return to our Airbnb apartment to bring in 2020 with some peace and quiet!!

Buenas noches & Feliz Año Nuevo!!

S, 🙂

My blogs on Huatulco:

Huatulco, Mexico – Bumped Up To Business Class – WestJet & Air Mexico

Huatulco, Mexico – Arriving!

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 1 – La Crucecita, Chahué Bay, Turkey Vultures & Tequila

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 2 – Chahué Beach, Dos Equis, Shrimp Tacos & Michael Arrives!

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 3 – Chahué Beach, Brown Pelicans & Mini Coronas

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 4 – Tangolunda Bay, Tangolunda Beach, Resort Crashing, Margaritas & Sand Boobies

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day, Early Morning Sunrise & Early Morning Catch of a Mexican Sierra

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – Early Morning Moments

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe – Parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – The Many Colors of Downtown La Crucecita

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – Santa Cruz Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve – Dinner at Señor Barril & The Sights of Santa Cruz Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 6 – New Year’s Day – “Polar Bear” Dip, Fish Tacos & Canadian Hockey

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Earthquake – Yes – Earthquake! Oh & Morning Run

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Canada vs Slovakia, Patricia & Joel & Renting a Scooter

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Conejos Beach – Rabbit Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – La Bocana Beach – Surfer Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Copalita River & Rafting

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Copalita Town – Nope, A Papaya Farm!

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – The Lighthouse Near La Entrega Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – La Entrega Beach – Holy Crowded!!!

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Navel Lookout Spot, Guns & Beers & Reflections of a Full Day

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 8 – Funky Van, Chahué Beach and Yautja

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 9 – Last Day

Huatulco to Halifax – Upgraded to Business Class & Welcomed Home With A Nova Scotia Snow Storm!

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Margie says:

    It must have been disappointing to have to wait for over an hour for your dinner and then not have it ‘up to par’
    That is happened to me now and then,

    I enjoyed all the photos!
    Thanks for sharing, Stephanie ❤

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    1. Thank you Margie!!! ❤ Yes, it is disappointing when restaurant food isn't what you hope it will be, 'eh!! I'm so happy you like my photos!! Thank you SO much!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  2. mama says:

    Absolutely love the video and the beat of the music. Played the video over end over..that guy in the white T. shirt really knows how to dance.Santa Cruz really does dance in the new Year. Did you and Michael give it a whirl??? Guess I will have to find a video and dance 💃💃💃with my kitchen broom😉 now…!!! 👵🏻🤗❤️

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    1. We danced a wee bit mama!!! It was fun!!! ❤ Have fun dancing!! ❤ ❤ ❤

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