Ensenada de Terreros

S/V Goldcrest
David & Lindsay Inwood
Fri 28 Aug 2009 15:05

Another great day’s sail – a bit of motoring to start, then a fun few hours trying to keep the boat moving into the lightest of sailable winds.  We anchored in an attractive small bay and tied to a nearby buoy as well so we spent the night rocking gently rather than rolling horribly in the familiar easterly swell.

The scenery here is great – a small town with many sandstone protuberances worn smooth where they run out into the sea.  These make great platforms for the local lads to show-off by jumping into the sea.  We had lots of lovely swims into the evening, spoilt every so often by waves of orange-brown jellyfish passing by.  We were a point of interest to local holidaymakers here as they came to look us over during the evening – in other boats, canoes and even a few swimmers exercising round the bay.