Years ago there was a famous movie called Night of the Iguana. It was first a Tennessee Williams play that became a movie and it took place in Mexico in the 1940's. Richard Burton was a priest in the movie that went on to win an oscar for costumes.
My wife and I have been in tropical southern Mexico for going on two weeks now. And we were sitting on our terrace when we heard a noise -- looked over by a pot and there was a big lizard.
This is the third time, in as many years, that we have visited Aqua Azul La Villa, and we have heard about the iguana in residence. This is the first time he has come out so we could see him.
I went inside and, a few minutes later, my wife heard a scuffling noise behind her. She turned around and there was an iguana about twice the size of this one. Just about that time, my assistant, Nutsy Wallenda let out a yelp that startled the iguanas and they spilt prior to our getting a photo of the larger one. My wife has a better closeup shot of this one, but that is on her camera.