Isla Danzante, or Dancing Island, is located just a couple of miles from the entrance to Puerto Escondido. It is a picturesque place, which we visited with our dinghy on a perfect sunny day for spectacular vistas of the surroundings. Check it out.
For me, the bay of Puerto Escondido has been the most beautiful place we have stayed on this journey to date. Picture this.
Puerto Escondido, or Hidden Port, is a secluded bay on the east side of the Baja California peninsula.
We were supposed to stay there for a week. We stayed almost three.
Impossible not to acknowledge you in our blog, as you have been part of our family and journey for the last 14 years.
Your were a birthday gift of mine to Alex. You put end to our dispute of whether we should have a dog or a cat (We used to say you were both of them. Indeed you were much more than any of them).
You were our first baby. And then you received our babies Paulo and Raquel at home and became their first pet. You moved and lived with us in Brazil, Singapore, India, Mexico and the USA. Adapting to each circumstance with us.
But above all you were Tom – playful, friendly, wise, extremely charming and easy going with everyone. And sometimes moody. No compliments here would honor your personality. Always amongst us. Always willing to play. Always knowing who was in need of your company.
It was extremely hard for us to say first goodbye to you when we moved to Pesto and we realized it would be too much change and stress to you at that point. It only made easier to know you were in such good care and love with Zeze and Dani.
It is even harder now to say goodbye to you this time from this world.
You will always hold a special place in our hearts.
To the most charming honey eyes ever,
Raquel, Paulo, Adriana & Alex.
The last few days have been a game of preparation, patience and anxiety as Blanca shifted its mind in regards to its track and intensity.