Recap With Photos #2

Guna ladies selling molas.  Note that though they agreed to the photo, they mostly hide their faces.
Guna ladies selling molas. Note that though they agreed to the photo, they mostly hide their faces.
But the teenagers aren't shy about photos.
But the teenagers aren’t shy about photos.
3 generations in a dugout.
3 generations in a dugout.
Dinghies into town...
Dinghies into town…
Next neighborhood over.
Next neighborhood over.
Interesting technology mix.
Interesting technology mix.

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Management of garbage is not a strong point.
Management of garbage is not a strong point.
Local school was unfortunately on holiday for a month.
Local school was unfortunately on holiday for a month.
Nestor in his home. (Sorry Nestor that it isn't a better quality picture.)
Nestor in his home. (Sorry Nestor that it isn’t a better quality picture.)
We saw four yachts on the reefs and heard about more! Usual cause is trying to come in at night when you can't see the water colors that indicate where the reefs are.
We saw four yachts on the reefs and heard about more! Usual cause is trying to come in at night when you can’t see the water colors that indicate where the reefs are.
Catamaran on reef.
Catamaran on reef.
This boat looked like it was still sailing, but too close to shore...
This boat looked like it was still sailing, but too close to shore…
Nope, it's definitely on the reef!
Nope, it’s definitely on the reef!
Rio Diablo
Rio Diablo
Rio Diablo
Rio Diablo
The gentleman that we towed part way upstream, going for fresh water.
The gentleman that we towed part way upstream, going for fresh water.

3 thoughts on “Recap With Photos #2”

  1. Love the photos! It’s great to see the places and people you talk about in your blog. Do hope your alternator problems are soon a thing of the past, along with all the other “glitches”. Bet you sorely miss the every growing mountains of snow!

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  2. Great pictures – thank you! Especially liked the picture of the fellow you towed upstream. What is the fresh water situation in the islands?

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  3. OMG. It looks SO WARM!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    (as I sit here bundled up in 20 degrees with an “ocean” of snow in our backyard… 🙂 Enjoy!

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