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We felt so welcomed as we sailed into this small bay to anchor for the night. As we were trying to determine the proper placement of Gato Go, music soon started to blare from the shore. We looked up and noticed about half of the population of Ipala running down the street toward the beach. Anyway, it appeared that the welcome committee was there to see us; ...
You've probably have been wondering why you haven't heard from us for awhile. Well after flipping the boat, Ken worked several days on trying to get the motor to run again. Would get it to run for a minute or so, then it would die again. Realizing he was going to need some new parts we located a Honda dealer in Barra de Navidad. Barra is about 47 miles south taking us about ...
This is funny. I started driving through some really small towns but they weren't on the map and the towns on the map didn't exist. I think they were there to confuse people. They would have a split in the road and no signs. That makes it hard when you don't even know where you are on the map. I just guessed! Good thing all my bad luck was used up in the ...
Today is the day we begin to answer letters to our Pen Pals at Santa Rosa Charter School. We have delivered letters written back to the kids as we make a connection with kids from Lo de Marcos and Santa Rosa. They letters are written in Spanish and are incorporated into the Spanish Class in Santa Rosa. The kids here in Mexico are fascinated with the yearbook that shows pictures of each kid ...
Friday April 6th - Zihuatanejo, Mexico Another day, another port and today it was Z, a relatively unspoiled fishing village. We had to take a tender in to port and close to the port/beach we just sat and watched birds, mostly pelicans, constantly diving into the sea for fish - it has to be tremendously rich in fish stock ...