Decameron Los Cocos
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... grown, fresh ground coffee every day. We don’t have the traditional electric coffee machine to make coffee. But we do have two pots, a mug sized tea infuser, and 2 mugs. The coffee ceremony starts with the screeching of the stove and 25lb tank of gas being pulled out from the back of the car. Setting it up on the tailgate. Boiling water and then adding coffee. Then letting it brew for a few minutes. Then using the small filter to pour a ...
... accurate, we decided to sail to the quarter mile or so of GPS coordinates and ignore the charts that said we were running aground!
I watched the plotter and called out the longitude and latitude changes as Dois steered the boat and watched for breaking waves. As we neared our first plotted point the depth sounder started screaming. I first saw “7.1 feet”, then “6.5 feet”. We draw nearly six feet so we had very little ...
... two and a half days ago. In his defense, it's tough enough to get someone to settle on an exact day around here without picking a particular hour. If you were to tell someone you'd be somewhere at 10:45 they'd look at you like you just suggested you help them check their prostate.
Semana Santa: roughly translates to Holy Week, and is probably the biggest holiday of the year in Mexico. School is out, the whole country is ...
Guayabitos, and La Jaltemba, mostly referred to as Guayabitos Cove. Another jewell of the Mainland coast. Supposedly this is one of the places where the wealthy mexican elite come for vacation. This was pretty evident in that the town itslef was very nice. Newer style architecture of modern hotels lined the beach along with some old fashioned houses. Im not sure how old the town was but it didnt extend for ...
... hands you hear about on cop shows or from half-drunk amateur poker players. No, there is nothing subtle about the intensity she brings to the situation but neither can I argue with its success. Inevitably a couple times on every trip we end up in some difficult situation where I find myself struggling to awkwardly piece together some vaguely relevant words in the local language, generally causing even more confusion and eventually resulting in a look ...