There is a small "Juliet" balcony on the right, with a view across to Playa Grande. On the left is a door to the balcony off the living room, with a splendid view of the beach and ocean.
The trees are part of the lush landscaping of the Diria Resort. I will show a couple of photos of the reverse view from the ground during the next two days.
Playa Grande, by the way, is the nesting site for the endangered Pacific leatherback turtles and is a protected national marine park. The tortoises swim to that beach all the way from the Galapagos Islands to lay their eggs.
This week we are showing photos of the red rock country of Sedona, Arizona and the cooling waters of Oak Creek on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.