Position: 0º 33.696′ N 104º 13.818′ E
We had another blissful day of motoring and sailing yesterday. The squalls in this region are a daily affair, and we seem to be able to count on them to give us a respite from the engine drone. We picked an anchorage the previous night based on distance and land shapes, so we had no idea what to expect. We were all delighted with what we found, a perfect little cove, nestled at the bottom of a verdant mountain, with just enough protection from the prevailing ‘wind’ and current, in approximately 40′ of water.
At sunset, a procession of gorgeous stained wood fishing boats motored by, smiling and waving. Lightning flashed (as it perpetually does around here) and the green hills seemed to get more vibrant. I would strongly recommend this anchorage in SW to N settled conditions.