Travel Blogs from Mulegé
... in. The only problem with that was that the next morning I had to wade out in chest deep cold water while the tide was still in and move Panga Lilianna back into the shallow anchorage. Fun, not. But, I did get to see a small loggerhead turtle and scare up a tons of stingrays in my wade to the boat.
Early this morning we took out the Tango kayak for one last run. We fed Sadie and got off on an ...
"The Day Begins"
Cold hearted orb that rules the night,
Removes the colours from our sight,
Red is gray and yellow white,
But we decide which is right.
And which is an illusion?
Pinprick holes in a colourless sky,
Let insipid figures of light pass by,
The mighty light of ten thousand suns,
Challenges infinity and is soon gone.
Night time, to some a ...
... and headed to visit the infamous Dog Island and spend the day trying to catch dinner, snorkeling and enjoying the sun and water. The fishing was unsuccessful, but that's why they call it fishing and not catching. The snorkeling was pretty good, lots of Sargent Majors, except they were blue and yellow, a few damsel fish and angel fish. Sadie liked roaming around the island, because she couldn't go far, we just let her explore. The panga ride ...
... ground again.
After coming back from Loreto, yesterday, we all got settled in the casita and I began making the infamous Tortilla Soup. Torilla Soup is an art form in Mexico and everyone's is different. With Bobby's broth and my special ingredients, I must say that ours rivals any I have had in any restaurant, in Mexico or in the States. If you are really nice to me, we might make you a pot.
... and how much time I spend playing with them - she means my kayak, my X, my gadgets, my tools, etc. Now that she sees the number of toys some of the residents have, she is not saying much. These guys have multiple wave runners, kayaks, speed boats, ATVs, and sailboats. There are some big trailers here that we're not sure, given how wide they are, how they fit on the Baja roads.
Speaking of Bobby and toys, after four or five months, she ...