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Let's go to the Cabo Pulmo national marine park. A decently paved highway became a pothole minefield which finally have way to a dirt road. More washboard and sandy conditions...d'oh! After 20 km of navigating my way through that fun, I finally arrived at the wee village of Cabo Pulmo. One dirt road, a few pricey eco lodges, couple of nice cabaņas and a whole lot ...
... in the cockpit and are great for lounging as well as sleeping.
The temp inside the boat was about 90 degrees. By morning it had cooled to about 80. That’s with all the windows open. Yesterday the water temperature reached 85; even at 80 the water is no longer refreshing. Ouch.
Getting back to yesterday’s destination … as we rounded the last corner and were ...
... Pulmo, there is a town called La Riberia right before the road turns to dirt. The Lighthouse restaurant there has the best fish tacos I have ever had, cooked over a wood stove. Best Margaritas also, made with fresh lime juice. I would make it a point to stop there either on the way there or back. It is rather far to go from Cabo Pulmo. I would also fill up with gas in this town, since there is no gas station in Cabo Pulmo.
Bill owns the Cabo Pulmo ...
... time they returned to their starting point, the rain returned. Not enough to get us drenched, but enough to keep most people home, or at the local New Years day parties.
Now it is time to prepare for all the next fiestas coming up in 2013. January 6 is Three Kings Day (Los Tres Reyes) when the Mexican children get their gifts hidden within piņatas. Some of the pueblos will be celebrating by having their own fiestas. Then on January ...
... the imported, US, Canadian and European brands or go with the Mexican version at 1/3 of the price - but you have to be able to read Mexican. I wonder, did I really get 2% milk (leche) or did I pick up skim milk, I'll only be able to tell once I twist open the top.
The other key issue is that our house is in an area called El Dorado, which is UP THE HILL from the Wal-Mart - I'd liken myself to a pack ...