|Waves at the breakwater entrance of Barra de Navidad|
|The Lagoon anchorage|
|cute waterfront development on our way to the dinghy tie-up spot.|
|Walking through town, cobblestone side streets|
|The mural wall had many historic panels and was quite interesting|
|There are many streets like this one in Barra.|
|They are dredging the lagoon entrance and this pile of sand towers|
between the ocean and the waterfront restaurants. This sand came from
The Grand Hotel pool slides and kid fun.....................
|A fun water slide at the Grand Hotel|
|The pool is quite long and follows the contours of the land.|
|Water slide fun.|
|Fun times in Barra.|
|Adult fun too, except this hot tub was deceptive, it was cold, maybe 90 degrees|
|A nice lunch out!|
|shipwreck in the lagoon! Somebody's dreams have been dashed.|
|Kevin and Cindy wanted to salvage some parts from this wrecked and abandoned|
boat. We would not let them however.
|The adult table. Adagio and Flying Squirrel.|
|The kid table|
|Sunset with kids playing on the beach|
|You can pre-order or choose from whatever he has left when he comes to your boat. |
Croissant was $20 pesos ($1.50 or so). Everything was EXCELLENT!
The lightening storm at 1:00am - made it like daytime! There are no streetlights out here....
|Lightning turning night into day. It was pitch black just seconds before this picture.|
|1:00 and it's still light out? Not really. This is a lightning flash.|
Kathy had a wonderful couple of hours kayaking around the lagoon watching wildlife:
|Vultures! I got close to these and they seemed to growl almost like dogs at me.|
Our travels, if you are following us closely, will soon show us northbound as weather permits, hoping to be in Puerto Vallarta area by Mid-March. This distance is minor compared to our voyage so far. Overall we have traveled approximately 2750nm or 3165 statute miles. That is greater than the distance between Seattle and Miami. It's within a few miles of the straight line distance between Seattle and Bermuda. We only travel about 7-7.5mph and have quite a few weather delays. It takes a long time to travel by private boat. We have been gone almost 180 days now and our next blog may be the party that celebrates this milestone for us. One fellow boater mentioned to us that we are now in the top 1% for distance traveled by private boat (we have not verified this though!).