Saturday, March 30, 2013

The Sea of Cortez

The Sea of Cortez is amazingly beautiful. And, what a day we had on it eating, swimming, and making some new friends.

After a morning of scuba diving through caves with puffer fish and sting rays, we resided in the beach chairs of Ed's world all afternoon. Ed and Sandra are a pair of ex pats that have set up shop in Burro bay. Renting kayaks and other small boats, they live in tiny little beach huts that are straight out of Robinson Caruso. They were so lovely to meet, relax, eat food and share stories with. Ed made us mean carne asada tacos for lunch, and their business partner Jamie fixed up the best ceviche I have ever had.

A little pup named Coco spent the afternoon wooing us (Ed is looking for a forever home for her) and we nearly put her in the car and drove away with her by our side. We actually haven't ruled it out, she is totally the cutest mexican pup you've ever seen. Although, we were smart enough to leave and "think on how it may effect the life of Sandee" for a couple of days.

As Ed pulled clams from the ocean and opened them up in front of us, we sipped on tequila and said "this is the life". Both Adam and I cannot wait to return to "Ed's world" - we could not have found a better spot to hang for the afternoon with cevice in our bellies and warmth all around us.

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