I'm not quite sure.
It only took
It's basically a rock.
A rock with about twelve people living on it.Maybe eight or nine houses.
I didn't count.
An old school.
And whale bones.
The weirdest thing?
A gringo couple from Santa Barbara, California live there.
Running from the law?
Running from the IRS?
But I have always wanted to go there and we finally did.
We spent one night at Amortajada at Isla San Jose.
Great beachcombing, but also I was great food for the no-see-ums.
There were actually little spots of blood all over our sheets.
I had over 30 bites from the neck up.
So headed over to the North anchorage at Isla San Francisco, then dinghied the short trip to the
The charts and books all call it Isla Coyote, but the twelve people who live there call it El Pardito.Cool whale bones.
Giant whale heads.
Great views of the nearby islands and mainland Baja.
Nice ladies we saw beachcombing the day before who make necklaces out of shells.
So a little gift-shopping, a little chatting and the