Bayview - the beach resort
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... the EZ refuelled and bedded-down facing into the freshening, but warm, wind, we decamped to the FBO office to sort out our accommodation for the evening. We had a little time before the hotel pick-up shuttle would arrive so decided to check with the next door CBPS office about the procedures to be followed for our departure tomorrow "across the border". Having found us on their computer system, they were happy that all was in order and a ...
... This is where rescued sea turtles are rehabilitated. The facility is fairly small, but had many interesting exhibits.
It was time for lunch, so we headed over to Pirates Landing in Port Isabel. A decent lunch (more shrimp!) with a view overlooking the Laguna Madre and Queen Isabela Bridge. Afterward, we walked their pier and watched the gulls and turns. However, it was time to go and we started off toward Harlingen.
We had a lazy morning at the condo, just relaxing and enjoying the view. We took a walk on the beach and found the usual interesting things that the tide washed up. There are not many people here at this time of year, but the beach area is so narrow, we can't imagine how it would be filled up with spring breakers.
We went to lunch at Clayton's, which bills itself as the Largest Beach Bar in ...
... they put on a good festival. It was held in a shopping center parking lot. There were about 20 different booths serving various shrimp dishes and we sampled about 5 of them. All were very good. There were other miscellaneous community booths and non-shrimp food as well (but, why?). They also had a very good band playing along with entertainment by the local cheerleader groups doing cheers to the "eat ...
... collect the flower petals for floating decorations in large bowls and they were shaking the plum tree ( very small hard plums ) to use in cooking and drinks. There is also a small pool of Coi Carp near reception who always seem hungry. A very large fish was caught today they said it was Mackerel but it didn't have the markings and was soo much bigger than any we have seen. May be it will be listed on the menu tonight. ...