But I think I will go with their street signs.
And if you don't get it right the first time, there is a second street sign to remind you.So up anchor at the lovely isla and off towards the mainland.
Once again, we were in for a whale show of a lifetime!
This baby whale was right next to the boat.
I was in heaven.
No dorados on this day...
Then dolphins in the green green water of the mainland welcoming us in to the bay!In and anchored in the flat calm bay of
We had a pet
Jim liked him
I made focaccia bread and poblano chili and cream cheese stuffed pork tenderloin - yum!
Enjoyed another lovely evening.The next day we dinghied in to the beach and then caught a ride in the back of a truck in to San Blas.
Passed a tienda with a perfect place for the kids ~ built in swings!In to town for a little exploration, a "meeting" with some people who have lived here for over 40 years for a little "advice" and a walk down to the estuary to check out the entrance.
Looked totally do-able to us.Then a walk-about town, lunch, exploration and some cool finds.A decision was made...
We wanted to spend more time here, so let's go into the brand new, electricity challenged cheap seats ~ the new Singlar Marina in the San Blas estuary.
But first, back to Matanchen Bay where we had a super quick beer as the no-see-ums came out and ate Susan, Alan and me alive...
But what a view!