I am expecting a modest fishing village, a few palapas on the beach and a thick jungle with lianas to swing on, that is what I was told. It was far from reality. The place is small, well stocked with elegant homes and the jungle is now a condominium, we realized that after a long walk searching for a trail and with no success. One of our friends picked up a tick who managed to climb up his leg, but was removed quickly. Luckily it didn’t happen to the kids, removing a tick does not look like a pleasant experience. Now we know what else we must worry about in our adventure while on land.
This was the first time we had to use stern and bow anchors to avoid the rolling with the swell. It was particularly high that day, so much that we would almost loose sight of our friend’s boat.
The night was quite and comfortable and we left the next morning with rain that followed us all the way to La Cruz. We had put our foul weather gear away, rain was not in the plans.