Photo Essay of La Cruz, Huanacaxtle Mexico

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Blue Footed Booby

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Fishing Pangas

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Beautiful Mari can seen every morning in the marina collecting bottles and cans. 

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Morning meeting of the gulls

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Sunrise in the marina

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Fixing the VHF antena

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Magnificent Frigate bird on a telephone wire

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La Cruz beach

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Artsy Palapa

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Beautiful blue sea glass collected for mi Amiga, Sue so she can make pretty things.

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Rope rode unravelled while in the La Cruz anchorage. Bizarre!

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something we called iguana fruit, because the iguanas love it and often hang out in these gigantic beautiful trees. There is an official name, but I can’t remember it.

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Laughing Gull

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el Toro of the green-tomate

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crazy fish that live in the La Cruz anchorage. A school of about 100 of these guys lived under our boat and swam around on the surface of the water chasing bubbles.

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Sunrise from my kitchen window

We look forward to returning again next winter!

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2 Responses to Photo Essay of La Cruz, Huanacaxtle Mexico

  1. Susan Hall says:

    The pictures bring your travels to life. I just love seeing them!

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