La Mision Loreto
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... on the northern tip of Isla Carmen. A short while later we were dropping anchor in yet another picture perfect cove. As the sun was approaching the horizon, Bottoms Up returned with a story about how a large Marlin played with their lures, but failed to strike. We were about 9 miles due east of the small town of Loreto and we could just make out its buildings on the far away shore. Thunder clouds were building over the mountains behind the ...
... sits at a junction quite different from the one named on the actual lot deed. Where am I, really? Giving directions to this place requires a paragraph. Houses in the neighbourhood were numbered in the order in which they were built, not the sequence in which they stand now. It is easy to get lost here, though the village is still small enough (600 households) that wandering in circles remains pleasurable.
But my year here has not been a time ...
... crazy hot as I do this -- over one hundred degrees Fahrenheit -- but somehow I feel like I am creating a shield of order and safety over the house.
At last, I can swim. I think I will have no muscle power left in these legs, but I dip into the clear water and swim and swim and swim, leaving my thoughts in the water, swimming myself to a wordless place, watching the light dance through the water as I swim and swim and swim. I wear my snorkelling ...
A bouquet blooms without notice. The bougainvillea in the mirador (the tower room) is suddenly a blaze of magenta again.
The sun came up in a haze of magenta this morning too. I stand in a cloud of birdsong.
My companion enters with an antelope. Oh! Another of the whimsical beasts has been found.
There are hundreds and hundreds of painted animals to be found on the shelves of tiny, dimly lit shops in the town of Loreto, ...
... not done this with him before. The village is home to about seventy or eighty people. He pointed out the palapa he had built many years earlier, proudly noting that it had withstood even the Hurricane Force 4 wrath of Odile in 2014 and was still serving as fine protection for another panga that he owns. The bright blue base of a nearby dwelling marked his birthplace. The bright yellow pillars holding up a palapa extension on another home marked his wife's. He pointed out ...