Gorgeous beach we enjoyed for a few days. Almost the whole week, actually. We didn’t want to leave but we have our eldest daughter coming to visit us in just over a week so we had to move in the direction of the airport where we’ll meet her. So we could only play here for so long.
Its been especially nice on the tail of the dark apartment we camped out at in Barra de Navidad which became contaminated not only with our family’s illness (we were fighting both a bacterium and a virus…some people ended up experiencing both) but before we left it also had sewage backing up in our shower. Yuck yuck
I was SO happy to get out of there.
Now we are playing in the waves for most of the day and the salt water seems to be detoxing us, drying out our mucous chests and nasal passages. Ridding us of dis-ease.
Fine sand. Shallow a long ways out. We jump the waves, dive under crests, swallow a little more salt water than our diet suggests. Kids and their dad attempt to surf. Sometimes they even get up on their feet! It’s amazing….but can’t get a close enough picture to show their beaming faces as their family members cheer above the roaring surf.
Sea and Sun is Doctor Recommended. Good for the Health.
Michael stopped by most evenings to chat. He told us tidbits of his 50+ yrs of surfing experience, of the beauty in the Colima area (where we are heading next), of hot spots to hit or avoid in Mexico for various reasons, and why he loves it here at San Juan de Alima. I understand.
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