March 18, 2012

A non-Sasha Sunday, but the ocean still beckons

NUEVO VALLARTA, Nayarit, Mexico - Granddaughter Sasha Fox spent a good chunk of her Saturday with us, playing in the sand with a new, 18-month-old amigo named Noah and swimming in the pool.

I couldn't get her interested in boogie-boarding, which is understandable. The ocean water is actually pretty cold right now. Really cold if you are not quite four-years-old.

But we had a surprise visitor - Sasha's Tia Cherie, of the couple Cherie and Greg. And Cherie is even better known because of her website, Where's Cherie.

It's kind of like Where's Waldo, but a lot more interesting, given Cherie's world-traveling tendencies.

Cherie documents her travels and Saturday's visit was no different. Sasha posed for a dozen photo before she went back to her mother.

Today has been a much slower day - maybe it's recovering from trying to keep up with Sasha.

Admiral Fox and I went by the Catholic Mass at the new (new to us) Paradise Village Church, then drove to La Cruz to check out the markets there.

What a tourist town La Cruz has turned into. And with a big sailing regatta in town, the marina was packed.

Now back at the condo, it looks like it's time to take up some boogie-boarding again. It's part of my training regimen for Wednesday's Banderas Bay Regatta.

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