Apr 02, 2014

Starting to say adios amigos

On our midday walk yesterday we noticed a commotion ahead of us.

These very lucky fishermen had a boat load of fish. They had to call in two pickup trucks to haul the fish away. Both of the trucks were filled to the brim. A great catch for these fellows.

The name of the fish sounds like 'macho' but I'm sure that is not how it is spelt. We were told that is is a good fish best served as a fillet. I bet this is the last time this season we see a catch this size.

After more packing and such we walked down to the other end of the beach towards the restaurants where we met friends for a late lunch/early dinner.  They are leaving 2 days before us but have a lovely four month European vacation planned.  We shared a huge zarandeado ( grilled ) fish dinner.  It was so good that I neglected to get a photo of the meal.

However Linda got a shot of us and her hubby Kevin along with Micheal our wonderful host. I have to say that the margaritas were the best ever. See you in November!

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4 Responses to “Starting to say adios amigos”

  1. Now that was a boat load of fish!

    • contessa says:

      George…is certainly was. I always wonder who buys it all.

      Bob….indeed it does and the last ones here get to enjoy and empty beach.

      Elaine…don’t rush home, way too cold for you there.

  2. Bob says:

    And so the migration begins.

  3. Elaine says:

    We are in Day 3 of migration…parked up in VA to visit our daughter..safe travels folks….

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