El Tiburon Casitas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Samedi 20 décembre 2014.
On roule jusqu'à Loréto, à seulement 200km plus au sud.
En chemin, nous découvrons une superbe plage dans une baie, où nous nous arrêtons pour notre première vraie baignade dans la mer depuis le départ de Montréal.
L'eau est bonne et il fait beau et chaud, comme tous les jours depuis notre entrée au Mexique …
De retour à Loreto!
Nous y resterons du 31 décembre au 7 janvier.
... a huge wall of rain like a giant white curtain completely obliterated our view of the mainland. Lightning bolts struck the water and moments later we heard its deep growling boom. A large yacht pulled into the cove. We all gathered under the cover of the back deck when the downpour began. With very little wind, the refreshing rain came straight down in a heavy torrent, cleaning our boats and gear. Soon it was over, the clouds dissipated ...
... lost. It is said around here that "People don't discover Loreto. Loreto finds us." And in the micro sense of that, some invisible hand seemed also to be at play in connecting me with the owner of this house.
Re-placing oneself is, in many respects, a process of loosening ties with people who know and love us well. It is opening to new knots and new pulls, trusting that somehow, along the way, golden cords will again bind people together, but ...
... I can stay immersed for a longer time. Back to the womb of Gaia. I swim and swim until I know I can come out of the water and not have to speak a word about the impending storm.
When we drove here last year, hurricane ODILE preceded us and wreaked havoc everywhere. The military still controlled the airspace. It was uncertain where we could buy gas. Recommended accommodation stops were out of commission, their owners digging themselves out of endless ...