Barra de Navidad - A visit with Kristi, Sat Atma and Amelia

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23 Dec
Published by Deborah

We started off in Bahia de Navidad anchored in front of Malaque. The anchorage was nice and it was an easy dinghy to shore that are lined with palapas. The main town of Malaque is a short walk where there is a bank, a bunch of shops and this awesome Hawaiian grocery store that has some items that you can normally find in the typical tiendas. Northern Passage is at the marina and the other end of the bay but they made the 2km walk down the beach to visit us. Carmen and I got our hair braided on the beach while Richard, Zyon and Hunter played in the water. We all enjoyed the local palapas while we watch the sardine fishing with all of the pangas. Since we wanted to see more of Northern Passage, we decided to move over to the lagoon after a few days. The lagoon is nice except for you can't really swim in the water and the area is shallow so there is not a lot of room but there is a French Baker that comes to your boat 6 days a week with fresh baked goodies and the pangas run 2 hours a day to take you to shore.

Kristi, Sat Atma and their new baby girl, Amelia came to Malaque for a vacation.  We had the pleasure of spending several days with them and even took them to he anchorage around the corner from Malaque, Custecumonte.  We also spent some time at the beach and the swimming pools with them. 

We have done so many things so far since we have been in this area.  Enjoy the pictures!!