|Panorama of the anchorage at Punta Pulpita|
|Picture of us from the drone belonging to Kyrnos. We are at the top of 475'|
tall Punta Pulpito. It is SO steep here that if you throw a rock off the top, it will
land in the water, nearly 475' below.
|The only whale tail picture we got. It is a humpback diving deep.|
|Humpback and pelicans|
|Humpback breaching. Spectacular to see in person!|
|Kathy and Cindy coming out of a sea-cave.|
|Cindy standing in the kayak|
|Cindy trying a new thing; Kayak paddle boarding....|
Janet from s/v Krynos on her paddle board
|a view from our girls ride: kayak, paddle board, surf board ride.|
Looking at the impressive Punta Pulpito cliffs, and the two vessels out there
|puffer fish that could not dive down, poor fishy!|
|Cindy getting up close and personal with a Pelican|
|coming out of a tunnel by dinghy|
|Steve, Cindy and Kevin - throwing rocks off the cliff|
|Just about at the top, walking the narrow trail with cliff on the side.|
|Starting our hike back down. Beautiful terrain.|
|Fred with his quad copter. Our two vessels down in the water.|
|Us on the top at Punta Pulpito. Thanks Janet (sv Krynos) for the shot!|
BTW, m/v Adagio can be seen between Steve and I just at his shoulder.
Also, nice hair for Kevin!
|Osprey in their nest. Always on a pinnacle|
|Cindy doing school work! Hmmm, Kathy and I never had|
a classroom like this growing up!!
|We were starting to get a bit close to these pelicans|
|Kevin checking out a small sea-cave on the surf board.|
|Kevin leaving a different sea-cave. Exploring the shoreline|
in Mexico is always interesting!
|Kevin negotiates a narrow and shallow passage through a reef.|
The surf board with a paddles has proven to be a fun way to explore.
|Dolphins racing to get into our bow wake on our way as we left the anchorage.....|