On the third day at Isla Requeson a north wind started to blow and the anchorage got unpleasant. We left in the afternoon and stumbled upon Playa Santispac looking for shelter. The next morning, we were surprised by the unexpected beauty of the place.
In Brazil, “Requeijao” is a tasty dairy product – a soft spread between Sour Cream and Cream Cheese. It is normally eaten at breakfast, hard to find abroad, and hence something we crave for.
We were curious to visit the aptly named Isla Requeson in Bahia Concepcion. And curiously enough, it did end up being a gourmet experience !
Mulege’ is a small fishing town at the west side of the entrance to Bahia Concepcion. We all wanted to visit it. Besides, the prospect of some air conditioning and wifi were a proposition hard to let go.
Playa Coyote was our third stop inside Bahia Concepcion. It is a bomb-proof little harbor, tucked well inside the equally named Bahia Coyote, which sits inside of Bahia Concepcion. In other words, a bay inside a bay, inside a bay.
Santo Domingo is a wide open beach located at the entrance of Bahia Concepcion, and was supposed to be just a technical stop for us after the 30-something miles passage from San Nicolas. It wasn’t.