From Pundaquit we took a bangka to a small uninhabited island called Capones. It’s a beautiful spot filled with boulders, sand, and one big hill. There are so many beautiful scenes that I cannot put them all in one article. This article will focus on the main part of Capones Island. In the next one, I’ll show the rocks of Capones island.
I LOVE the last photo! I see some great “calendar” shots in this set! Really what a beautiful country. So glad you’re sharing these photos.
Thanks Tasha. I’m staying in NYC on the way home. What are you cooking me for supper? 😉
When and where will u be in my little ol’ town?!
It’s on a short stop over. Be there at 9pm on 31st. Leave next morning.
Wow! What a marvelous adventure. Thanks for letting your followers vicariously see what you’re seeing.
You must have had such fun exploring. It is indeed a beautiful place.
The “What do you see?” rock. I see a floppy-eared goat. 🙂
Me too David. Thanks.
So much sea, sand, and sun after your long winter must feel so good. Enjoy!
It does indeed. Thanks.
Wow, I’m speechless! Beautiful and unspoiled beaches!
Extraordinary place and pics. You can almost smell and feel the place.
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