We headed up to Los Muertos which means Bay of the Dead. There has been a restaurant there for ever. It is in the middle of nowhere.
There is now a new resort going in with a new golf course so the restaurant will not look so out of place, and the developers have renamed the area the Bay of Dreams. Guess they figured sales would be better with a new name.
While here a second northerly blew in, with another one forecasted for a few days later.
We decided to forgo La Paz and headed down to Mazatlan. Lynn wanted to sail so we headed out before the northerly was over. Needless to say, I`m glad that I was already on my seasickness meds. As the Captain was not prepared for the confused seas and felt a little under the weather for most of the first day.
Santa Claus is only 50 years old here.
The young teens have really learned how to dance and the school from the village sends the kids in to sing. It was really entertaining.
We try to work on boat chores in the A.M. when it is not so hot then its off to the pool or to tourist items. This is really the life.
The boat has been decorated for christmas
We are going to go out to a restaurant on Christmas day. I must say that having xmas down here with just the two of us means no pressure for the perfect gift, meal. But then that means no gifts for us either. (Lynn the Grinch)
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