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... towel, sorry Rocky. After restorative fruit punches (Rocky not involved these!) at the swim up pool bar, we decided to have a trip out to nearby Montezuma, about 20 km along the coast. What a different vibe here! It's all laid back, organic and veggie catering, surfer dudes, with long rat tail hair and deep bronzed tattooed bodies. Stalls and shops selling hand made jewellery and new age mystic icons and joss sticks. It's like Glastonbury on Sea, (including tents spread out ...
... and pull from the waves, which can easily knock you over or drag your feet away from under you, great looking waves for surfers though, but none here....apparently they go a bit further around the coast towards Montezuma! Chilling, if you can in 30plus C weather, pool etc until dinner overlooking the waves coming in. All very nice, but isolated - nothing else around in this ...
... and one for a couple of their other friends.
Over the next three days, Jason and I were taken such great care of. Aaron's parents are fantastic cooks and made amazing dinners and breakfasts for all of us each day. The villa had its own private pool and water slide which we made great use of. On our first full day in Tambor, we went to see some properties from the company Aaron and his friends had purchased land from. These houses ...
... and so we were able to sail right on through!
It was much warmer because of the time of day and naturally the sun was more intense. We saw many of the same birds we had the day before which were once again quite enjoyable to watch!
As we approached the area where the bench was on shore, there were two pelicans sunning on the fallen log in the middle of the river. We were able to glide right past them without ...
Eduardo had shown us the kayak trailer but he wanted you to return the trailer after you got the boat to the water and we decided we did not want to have to return the boat trailer before getting on the river so decided to do some upper body conditioning and carry the boat down to the water ourselves. Carry 50 feet, rest, carry 75 feet, rest and so on down to where Robert was able to drag it across the sand without fear of damaging ...