Tag Archives: exploring Mexico

Photo Essay of La Cruz, Huanacaxtle Mexico

We look forward to returning again next winter!

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Semana Santa in Chacala

Chacala, Nayarit Mexico, by all accounts via the internet and the cruising guides is a sleepy little town of 300 residents. This quintessential¬†¬†beach town with a beautiful shoreline consisting of soft sand with a mild surf and palm trees swaying … Continue reading

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South bound!

We have spent the week working and saying our goodbyes. We have rebuilt the head (read toilet), replaced all five fuel filters, re-spliced the anchor rode, sewn new items to make our lives run smoother and reinforced the stitching on … Continue reading

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Anchoring in La Cruz

We just returned from a lovely 5 nights in the anchorage of La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Mexico where we had a great visit with our dear friend Holly who was in town to pick up a boat that she was … Continue reading

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Yelapa es Tranquilo!

Yelapa! Butterflies, toads, birds, jungle, beach, passion fruit, people, songs of the night, cobblestone paths, donkeys, the river, the waterfall, food, hammocks, ahhh….. Tranquilo! We just returned from a two night stay in this beautiful little village, which sits on … Continue reading

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We’re not bored!

So, We have spent the last two weeks docked in Puerto Vallarta. Well, actually in a marina in Nuevo Vallarta, cradled by the beautiful tropical mountainside. It is magnificent! We have explored the local town, been to the farmers market, … Continue reading

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