It sits along the Bay of Matanchen. The water is the warmest we have experienced since Florida.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t take any pictures of the boat ride, as it was far too wet a ride to risk taking the camera along.
From there, we hit the town of San Blas, which is a fairly typical Mexican town – the standard Centro with large church, gazebo and such. The boys decided a haircut was in order, so took their respective turns for the mere cost of $3.00/head.
One of the residents wintering beside Del and Angel’s RV Park is ‘Tioga George’, a very interesting fellow. He has been full-time RVing for over 7-years, and writes a daily blog about his experiences. He supplements his income from the advertising revenue earned from his blog, so we had a good discussion about our respective internet businesses. He joined Del, Angel, Terry and I for supper that evening at a restaurant just outside of Aticama.
The bay was like glass. Again – no pictures because of the bulk of the camera (time for a new camera). To view aerial photos of the air, check out Tiogo George's website, as he also took advantage of the opportunity to fly as a passenger on one of the ultralights - http://blog.vagabonders-supreme.net/.