We took the first couple days as training, because neither of us had been in the water or at least in bigger waves for about a month, so we needed to get back in shape and do some training!

 Polly, training at La Punta

Polly, training at La Punta

Our weekly routine consisted on:

Waking up and crossing the street for a surf check, since we got the best accommodation in town (Bungalows Zicatela), right in front of the waves!!!

 View from Bungalows Zicatela. Not bad, not bad at all.

View from Bungalows Zicatela. Not bad, not bad at all.

Then we would get ready for our morning sesh and jump in the warm water for some hours, till we got hungry and tired.

 Our photographer, Maria Fernanda on one of the COLECTIVOS

Our photographer, Maria Fernanda on one of the COLECTIVOS

After some hours of surfing, it was time to go for some food! We would usually take one of the COLECTIVOS (improvised trucks, where you sit on the back and pay the driver, when you arrive at the place you wanna go) to the MERCADO, so we could buy our lunch and some fresh fruits and veggies for the week.

Oh how I love some real authentic mexican food!

 Getting our food for the week!

Getting our food for the week!

After a good lunch we would wait for the sun to come down a little bit, by taking a siesta before our sunset sesh.



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