After our morning of work we took the dongy to shore to explore the town, find a late breakfast and get information about naturalist tours of the nearby whale sanctuary. After dropping Craig off at the beach, Dan returned for Alexis and me. As he was restarting the engine, he broke the starter rope and repairs had to made before we could join the patiently (maybe not) waiting Craig. Watching the pangas come ashore was so cool. There was a guy on a Ford tractor that lifted the front of the panga, two guys would then run an axel with two tires under the boat (Mexican boat trailer) and then the tractor would haul the panga up onto the beach to rest. He even hoisted our little Quest Too onto the sandy beach.
We found a tiny little restaurant where we all had machaca and egg, accompanied with fresh orange juice. How fresh was it, you ask? They had to run to the local mercado to purchase the oranges before they could make it. Needless to say, it was yummy! We found the local fish market and packing house where we bought fresh lobster for tonight's dinner. Not a single person knew anything about the whale watching so we bagged that and headed back to the dingy.