|Maggie enjoying La Tovara|
We enjoyed the panga trip winding up the river through the mangroves to see the birds, crocodiles, iguanas and fish that all call this area home. This time we stopped at the headwater spring called La Tovara, where they have fenced the crocodiles out and you can swim with the very friendly fish!
|A fish coming to check out my toes|
|Gary and Karina having their union blessed on a magic|
rock by the "unofficial"guide at the old spanish fort in San Blas.
He was happy to accept donations!
The sun set just before Maggie and I arrived at the anchorage and we were rewarded with a green flash over the pacific. I have been on the lookout for a while and was very excited by my first ever, however I soon had to attend to the business of anchoring in the very tricky anchorage at Isla Isabela in the gathering dark. We made it just in time, followed closely by Seadra, Searover had been there for a while already as they manage to go to weather much better!
|Leaving San Blas in very calm conditions.|
|A young frigate surveying its domain, Isla Isabela|
|Looking out at the anchorage, Isla Isabela|
|A young booby and its parent, Isla Isabela|
|Maggie and Karina enjoying the view, Isla Isabela|
|Fog in Mazatlan, it felt more like Oregon than Mexico!|