|Isla Isabel - photo from the east, Las Monas - two rock formations in the foreground|
|Matanchen Bay looking south|
|Looking down the beach|
|Getting ready to dinghy back to the boat|
|a Restaurant area in the morning before people arrive|
|San Blas Town Square|
|Town, bustling on a Sunday morning|
|The walk up the road to the fort|
|The view from the fort|
|The view of San Blas from the fort|
|Our Lady of the Rosary, built in the 1769.|
|The Panga tour boat, we had 8 people|
|Standing on one front leg. On the way back he had both out!|
|The mangroves are home to American Crocodiles. We saw many on our|
jungle tour. The average male is 13' and 850 pounds!
|How many iguana's can you see? There are actually 7 in this tree!|
|La Tovara, springs, restaurant|
|Rays were abundant in the bay|
|This Frigate or Man-O-War bird was on our stabilizer pole|
|Steve going out to set a stern anchor|
|Steve resetting our main anchor float that was stuck about 2 feet under water. |
Looking west/southwest to the open ocean...
|Another spectacular sunset in Mexico.|
|Pelicans flew by quite close as the fish liked to stay in the shade our our boat. |
They were hunting and would circle around and around, occasionally diving
in for a fresh seafood dinner.
|We thought this one might have been after Steve, nope just on the same path|
around our boat looking for fish!
|Some of the fish we netted one night (we throw them back).|
|Looking down from boat deck. Three fishing with nets. |
Cindy has this long fish with teeth in her net
|another long fish. This things will jump right out of the water. Kevin and|
Steve saw one skipping across the water one morning, and it traveled at least
100 feet before going back into the water.
|From the Jungle tour. I like this one of Kevin.|
|Zappa trying to stay cool|
|our new hammock|
|new hammock, hard to get a turn on it|