Author: Daniel

Arriving in El Salvador

Crossing the Gulf of Tehuantepec and facing its challenges also marked a point in our journey where Patience and her crew prepared to depart Mexico. After spending nearly three months in this country, we simultaneously dreaded and anticipated leaving. All…

The Gulf of Tehuantepec

Similar to rounding point Conception long ago in California, we dreaded this peculiar freak of a coastal passage before we left Moss Landing. We heard many a sailor yarns about the treachery of emabarking these waters. ¨Knock downs are common…

Puerto Escondido

Before arriving in Puerto Escondido, the three of us had heard of this place many times. It’s featured in surf magazines, surf movies and world class competitions on a regular basis. This surf town holds a wave that is both…

An internet cafe and a Mexican ranch

Zihuatanejo (zee-wah-ta-nae-ho) was merely supposed to be Jade’s final landing town and a place to rest and provision. It offered more through the unlikely connection made at an internet cafe. This comfortable little haven is an easy gateway into the…

Caleta de Campos and Nexpa

The three of us had a head cleansing and invigorating experience at Pasquales. This location dished out a solid dose of heavy Mexican surf. Jakob and Paul had the experience first hand, being in the line up, paddling for the…

Bahia Santa Maria to Cabo San Lucas

We left beautiful Bahia Santa Maria with an emotional combination of reluctance to leave and excitement to to move on. We knew we would be back though. The wind and sea decided to rest during our day and half passage to Cabo.…