|Barra de Navidad sunrise|
Mom and I finally pulled ourselves away from Tenacatita and went exploring further south.
We caught up with Searover II in Barra de Navidad, enjoyed some very peaceful sleeps in the quiet of the lagoon and then headed off for more adventures further south. We explored the area around the town of Manzanillo for a few days, catching up with Avant and enjoying their company before they headed off for points even further south.
|Las Hadas anchorage, Manzanillo, this is an incredibly|
picturesque anchorage and the resort is famous for being
the location for the filming of the movie 10 with Bo Derek.
|Manzanillo is a very large port and there were many cargo ships|
anchored in the bay
|A fantastic market in Manzanillo|
|We also enjoyed some wonderful snorkeling|
|One of the cargo ships took a wrong turn leaving Manzanillo|
during the hurricane Patricia that hit this coast and ended up
living out its remaining years stationary.............
The middle of February rolled around and Moms flight was booked out of Puerto Vallarta. As I was not quite finished with the Barra area we took Kialoa to the marina in Barra de Navidad and hopped on a bus. The bus was supposed to drop us off at Boca de Tomatlan, but the driver forgot.....anyway it was a short bus ride back once we realized that we missed our stop. From Boca de Tomatlan we caught a water taxi to the small water access only town of Yelapa. This very picturesque town is nestled in the hills that surround Banderas Bay and has become a favorite destination for many snow birds and tourists alike. Moms friend Angus has a place there and we spent two nights enjoying his hospitality and the town of Yelapa. Alas no pictures due to no battery charge........operator oversight perhaps?
On leaving Yelapa we caught the water taxi back to Boca de Tomatlan and from there I caught a bus back to Barra de Navidad and Kialoa and Mom caught a bus to Puerto Vallarta airport and headed back to the BC snow! I am sorry about the weather in BC this year! The only person I know who has been loving it is my son Josh. Apparently it has made for some good snowmobiling!