|Just some of the residents of San Jaunico|
|A drascombe sailing the bay at San Jaunico, it is part of|
a wilderness leadership school that is based out of
|Jay practicing his freediving|
|One of the views from the top of Isla Coronados, looking over the anchorage|
Jay and I made a stop in Loreto to replenish the larder on Kialoa. At Loreto you must anchor off the small harbour, which is only big enough for Pangas and dinghy in to shore. While shopping it is always a good idea to keep an eye on the palm trees because if the wind comes up then the waves build fast and its a wet ride with a full dinghy back to the boat. Luckily this time it stayed calm and we stayed dry. It was a lovely slow spinnaker ride the rest of the way to Puerto Escondido where we tied up to a mooring ball just as it was getting dark. The next day after checking in with the Marina, Karina, Gary, Jay and myself shouldered our packs and headed up the road to the Tabor Canyon. After hiking there last year we had thought that it would be a cool place to camp for a night. And it truly was! There are some parts of this "hike" that are quite challenging for me and Karina. Luckily for us Jay and Gary are both experienced rock climbers and they were able to help us negotiate some of the trickier spots. The canyon has spectacular rock formations, lovely freshwater swimming holes and beautiful greenery.
|Karina making a crossing|
|The view from one of the more open areas|
|Jay heading further up|
|Our camp, there were not so many flat spots and it was|
rocky but the mountains are beautiful.
|Gary and Karina enjoying one of the beautiful freshwater pools|
From Puerto Escondido Searover headed towards La Paz and Jay and I on Kialoa headed to Agua Verde, still one of my favorite places!
|An Osprey enjoying its lunch, Agua Verde|