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... what could you possibly find. Before we put the boat up for the year, we heard all kinds of stories about what to do and what not to do. We were told not to leave any food on board because the interior temperature could hit as hit as 140 F and canned goods would explode. We were told to plug every opening to the boat (not including portholes) because bugs would find their way into the interior. That's 17 openings! We were ...
... we motor out of the harbor. We had a few noteworthy experiences occur after press time so we’ll start with them.
As already mentioned, we sailed the majority of the distance to Guaymas. We, of course, did not know that was going to happen and we didn’t have enough fuel to make it all the way should there be no wind. To be safe we needed to take on fuel Saturday as the forecast for the crossing looked very good ...
... bus delivered the most amazing sunset we have ever seen - bright orange red and pink. And guaymas was a nice place to spend a couple of days - boring but hospitable. We went to a beach and had a walk, and had the most amazing massive delicious baked potatoes. Ever. They were cooked on the BBQ and then stuffed with BBQ steak, soir cream, cheese, sweet corn and spring onions. Well deserved name of "papas locos"! We chilled out and calmed down, and then had a very non eventful ferry on ...
... which followed us, including a mother and baby. The trip was 90 minutes and one of the highlights of my holiday.
Our next stop in San Carlos was a beautiful cacti garden which was at the entrance to another hotel property where we had our group photo. Some of the cacti take as long as 200 + years to reach their large size with their multiple arms. Woodpeckers make holes in the cacti where they nest and once they leave, other small ...
... of a weeks worth of firework displays where each of the neighborhoods try to outdo each other in their firework events. Typically they have at least one figure that is roughly shaped like a gigantic (30-40 foot) human figure called a "castile" that has four faces and a series of fireworks that rotate like pinwheels that ignite each other. Each face rotates after the previous one is finished and the finale is a crown that spins off the head of the castile ...
Other places to stay in Guaymas
Boulevard Carretera Internacional, Guaymas | Hotelfrom $56
Bahia Bacochibampo SN Col Miramar, Guaymas | Hotelfrom $76
Km. 10 Carr. a San Carlos/Guaymas, Guaymas | 2 star hotelfrom $67
San Carlos Bay, Guaymas | Hotelfrom $40
San Carlos Country Club, Guaymas | Hotelfrom $41