For those who like pictures with their stories

Here are photos of some of the highlights from our recent posts about Ensenada, Bahia Tortugas and Bahia Santa Maria.

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In Ensenada, honey for sale.  If you look closely you can see bees trying to get into some of the jars to get their honey back.

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Ensenada, fish tacos and garlic prawns near the fish market with John Bousha, our crew to Ensenada.

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The scene from our anchorage in Bahia Tortugas (Turtle Bay).

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Bahia Tortugas is a fishing village.  When the humans leave their boats, the real fishers take over.

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The Turtle Bay church dominates the waterfront.

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Bahia Santa Maria lobsters received in trade with fishermen for 8 AA batteries

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