Friday, January 2, 2015


Yelapa is a picturesque and convenient little harbor just north of Punta Corrientes. It makes a nice stopping point to time your rounding of the point to get the best conditions. Unfortunately it is really deep and almost impossible to anchor in so we took a mooring ball for 200 pesos. The fee includes a panga ride into shore, which we took advantage of, where we had a nice little snack in one of the palapa restaurants. "Profligate" was there too and we happened to meet the Baja Ha Ha Grand Poobah, Richard Spindler at the restaurant. We had a nice little chat with him and thanked him for doing such a good job (in a difficult situation) leading the Ha Ha.
The next morning we took our dinghy ashore and walked up to the waterfall with our buddy boat "Wind Dancer".
As we drove our dinghy back to the boat, Phil and Desley took this photo of us....
then we slipped free of our buoy and headed for Cabo Corrientes and the Mexican Gold Coast. 

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