From the bay, it’s a short walk to pick up a cheap taxi into town. There is not much of a tourism presence in San Blas, so town doesn’t offer many activities other than restaurants, a couple sights to see, and some lovely spots to score cerveza and Wi-Fi. The lack of activities is refreshing. For so many of the places I’ve been to, I feel pressure to see and do everything. “Everything” in San Blas is a shorter list and I’m sure we still didn’t cover it. And I’m totally fine with that.
Craig learned how to do a backflip. In one hour. Because of course he did.
The church no longer has a roof, but that didn't stop someone from hosting their wedding here recently.
If I'm anything, it's a trend setter. Backpack AND bum bag, get ready to see it in all the magazines.
The red tape around the far corner is to block people from going in. They were concerned about the structural integrity of the building after an earthquake.
I couldn't eavesdrop on the tour guide long enough to find out who this guy was, but he looks great.