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... aboard. They hail from British Columbia.
The first day was a short one. We departed the La Cruz Marina at a very civilized 10:30 Thursday morning the 6th of March. We had gone there for an overnight stay to see our friends Carol and Paul on Unleashed. We also needed to top off our fuel tanks for the trip to Mazatlan. As we have mentioned before, Banderas Bay is a great place for a sailboat because from sun up to sundown the wind ...
... old timers just enjoying the shade and the people watching. Mexico is a country that lives in the streets and plazas.
From here we took a stroll through the beautiful old town with its colourful painted walls and old wooden doors and a plethora of art/handicraft shops to explore. We walked down to the start of the malecon (boardwalk) and passed the devil's cave - originally used as a pirate's hideaway, the cave was repurposed ...
... one-bedroom condo with a balcony overlooking the resort. There was a pack-n-play waiting for us in the bedroom and Maya immediately pointed to it and said, "Maya's bed." We put her RooRoo and BabyDoll (the two plush toys she sleeps with at home) in the crib so they would be waiting for her at bedtime.
When traveling, I do my best to recreate the experience Maya is used to at home:
-sleeping in her own bed
... later the
terrifying crack and roll of thunder. It was a thunder and lightning storm coming right at us and Ginger wanted me to do something about it. As the storm drew closer, the lightening would explode all around the boat, a cannonade explosion practically pealing the paint off the walls. You could smell the ozone in the air. Being in a marina feels safer than being out in the wide open
sea where you are the only target, but it was difficult ...
... top of a trash can lid. Humble offering from humble men, I saw their greatness and was touched deeply by their kindness and enthusiasm. There was also a dog with a skin condition, they named him 'Ronya’ which means ‘mange’ the dog was so skinny and full of raw skin from scratching, and very timid and very sad looking for a puppy. Their was a cat also, the cat seemed more happy and more accepted by these guys. They all ate fish, everyday, fresh ...