Friday, January 27, 2017

A photographic look at January.

Here is a brief photographic look at what has transpired so far in January onboard the S/V Liahona.  In no particular order.

This is the biggest Dorado caught yet on the Liahona.

 Credit to Marne for these two amazing shots...

Almost aboard...

One of several meals from our catch.  Sashimi.

 The two forms of transportation in Yelapa.

 My buddy Rodolfo.  He even remembered us from last year.

 Ok...a third form of transportation in Yelapa.

 Kids helping out.  It would indeed be a rare sight north of the border.

 Karla and Rawly enjoying fresh juice and a torta in Yelapa.

Cruising along with a humpback.  The whale sightings have been plentiful this year, we have probably seen 40 or 50 already this season.  BTW, this was not taken with a telephoto lens and yes, sometimes they are a little close for comfort.

 Pineapple anyone?

 Getting my Amish on.  The hat is a little small and the Band Aid a result of a slap from a limb in the jungle outside of La Manzanilla.

 This is how we do a block party cruiser style.  The mayor's raft up in Tenacatita with the mayor himself, Robert Glesser, leading the show.

 Taking friends along for the short sail to La Manzanilla (in the background) from Tenacatita to get some groceries.

 Barra de Navidad
 The Barra lagoon.

Sunrise in Barra de Navidad.

 The captain tightening transmission coupler bolts and rerouting a cooling hose.

 We found some missionaries in Santiago. Nice young ladies they are.

The following 3 pics are from today, in front of the famous Las Hadas resort in Manzanillo Bay.
 Our view at anchor from the deck looking north... the east... the south...

 and to the west.  The views do not suck!

And the final shot of our friend Brian on S/V Cat 2 Fold being dwarfed by the monster mega yacht S/V Eos.  

Tomorrow we will go to the Saturday Thiangi (flea market) in the neighboring Santiago and then Sunday we will head south into unknown waters by the Liahona as we make our way to Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo.  Until next time.

SV Liahona
Bret and Marne

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