This is the hike up El Pulpito, an easier walk, except for the beginning where we had to negotiate the bouldery beach before walking up a ridge line around the back of the pulpit. The anchorage is a superb spot if there is any north in the wind and we had it mostly to ourselves. The next day we explored further down the coastline and found a wonderful arroyo or canyon that you would not want to be caught in after a rain. The smooth pathway of the creek was easy to follow down to the sea.
We had a great sail down to San Jaunico, gybing back and forth in a +20 knot breeze, playing in the waves. I really enjoyed myself. Our first walk we went across a neck of land to another bay and luxuriated there on the beach out of the wind before venturing through the rocks to the far side of the bay. It has been cool most days, a long sleeved shirt and a windbreaker are always on hand. This morning Barry had on shorts, windpants, socks and long sleeved heavier shirt, his fleece and a reversible vest, fleece on one side a windbreaker on the other. We were expecting it to be a little warmer.
Our last hike was really great. We dinghied over to a beach where we had been told their was a trail up the cliffs. We found it and followed the trail of prairie oysters along the path. We saw the ranch where the horses were kept, a dwelling nestled in the crook of the hills with the stables below.