After a month in Banderas Bay, Mexico most of it spent in Marina Riviera Nayarit in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle with our Canadian friends Rod and Dar aboard, we are now underway to San Diego and have just left the anchorage at Punta de Mita (20d45.74'N, 105d31.19'W 30 ft) and have already spotted another whale.
La Cruz was a fun place to hang out (some people never leave) and our activites included:
Zip lining with Canopy River who have the longest line in Mexico (over 2100 ft and up 300 ft). Katie overcame her fear of heights on the 12 cables and mule riding knowing there was tequila tasting back at the end of the tour.
Kurt racing in the Mexico Masters Laser championship with a boat chartered thru PV Sailing.
A trip to the old mining town of San Sebastian with April ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Shopping at the Sunday street fair/farmers market
Going out almost every day and night to eat and listen to live music:
We will see how long our weather window lasts. This has the potential to be a rough trip but we can pull over in a few bays along the way.
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