Our anchorage tucked behind the barrier reef is holding well in a steady 20kt breeze. We sleep to the distant sound of waves cascading over the shallow reef and the gentle rocking of the boat.
We wake to the rising sun sip our coffee and gaze over the water completely content with our world. Today's events include; cleaning below deck, taking the dinghy to the reef for snorkeling, then a dinghy ride to the city pier. Nancy's friend Vicki told us about a good cheap restaurant so we will check that out. We bought a bottle of rum for $3.70 in a small market, yea. In most restaurants a bottle of Sol beer is less $2. Most meals with drinks for two of us runs about $12. Puerto Morles is a quiet town, but as we look around workers were thatching new palapas in the town square and installing new mooring balls in the bay where we are anchored.