Hi, it’s me Marimonda. Continuing to the previous post Cabo de la Vela, today I’d like to share things to do and see that area.
In case you would like to know the whole itinerary of this trip, click here.
Ojo de Agua Beach
After having delicious lunch, we headed to nearby beach. Mingoo drove us to Ojo de Agua Beach. He told us he would meet us later and would wait in the car. As soon as we took off the car, there were some indigenous kids who wanted to us sell some cold drinks or bracelet. Since the day was extremely hot, I somewhat wanted to drink a beer but I didn’t want to get drunk. Plus, there was no toilet nearby. Instead I just bought a bottle of water, but it seemed it wasn’t enough for them. One of them was more active and knew how to play. He told us he would guide us to Ojo de Agua, and other places. Thanks to him, we found an easy route to go, and he took some pictures of us.
Ojo de Agua is like a mini valley with fresh water near the Caribbean.
Mother Rock and Son Rock
After that, we went up the huge rock to see the view. According to the boy, the big rock is called <mother rock> and the small one a bit far away (see the picture below) is called <son rock>. Believe it or not, it was quite interesting.
Swim with Pelicans
We had some time left, thus we decided to enjoy the beach time. We quickly changed the outfit and swam a bit with pelicans. They were not afraid of people, so they stayed quite close to us. It was another unbelievable experience that I’ve ever had in my life.
Indigenous Guide Boy
It’s been two and half year, so this boy must have grown up a lot. He was smiling all the time and willing to be a model in my picture. I am curious how he has changed. He was so helpful and nice, so I gave him some tip in the end.
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