The apartment- we met our translator on Tuesday and looked at the outside; but the lady was not home and she didn't want us to see the inside as she had a couple of things to do yet. We will go back there on Saturday morning to see the inside of it and make our decision.
As I was writing this a woodpecker landed in the tree beside us , about 4 feet away, and started to look for his breakfast. Camera is in the tent of course. I can't load any pictures on the computer here so will have to wait until we get to an internet cafe.
Our days here are busy. This morning we took a long walk along the sea, the water is as warm as a bathtub, picked some shells and by 8:30 am we were back at the tent, hot and sweaty already. We have some tortillas for breakfast and then went to the bank in Guaymas. We then took a drive and went to see the Marina and Algodones Beach. The beach is beautiful, long stretch of at least a mile, maybe more and of course the sea. We returned to the campground, got changed and went swimming. Roy is relaxing from the stressful day we have had, while I do this. Yesterday we had a nice chat with the owners wife and heard lots of stories of San Carlos, etc.
It's a tough life here; but we're doing our best not to miss the frost and cold. We looked at Edmontons weather yesterday on the computer, had a good laugh and then went swimming.