We had one more stop before our tour with David ended. He drove us out to VeraCruz to have lunch on the beach. VeraCruz is one of the beaches we used to go when I was a kid. Dad and I would draw letters in the sand with sticks because the tides are so crazy there. You can get up to an 18 foot tide change so you end up with a lot of real estate to play on at the right time of day. Just don't get caught when the tide comes in or you may have to swim. No swimming that day. Just fresh fish, fresh shrimp and cold Balboas!
Me and Mom back in Da Day!
Dad and I drawing my name in the sand.
This is what it looks like now. Pretty much the same.
Papa Gar enjoying one last whole Corvina! He's Happier!
The infamous (to us) Hibiscus photo. I was just smelling it for a photo and mom said "take your hand away," so I took a big sniff and voila! Hibiscus Nose!
We attempted reenactment but it just didn't work out that well.
Getting ready for my closeup!
What a wonderful day!