It’s been a busy rainy season here in Mal Pais. The Municipality and AyA (city water) have come through town widening the road for walking paths and bringing in new water infrastructure. It’s time, for sure. They keep saying that they’ll be paving the road in January, but fail to mention which year. We’ve been hearing this one for a while. Things seem to be moving along, in any event. And things at Sea Kayak Adventures are moving along as well.
We’ve been rigging and cleaning up equipment, testing out new set-ups and perhaps the most exciting new addition to our arsenal of fishing gear, the “Isla Red Snapper.” But more on that later…
Since closing our brick and mortar shop in April, we’ve been wanderers, a business’ worth of fishing equipment stashed in our homes and various bodegas (storage spaces), competing with animals and a one year old tornado for territory. But in the last month, we’ve found our new home in the heart of Mal Pais, the old fishing village we launch from for nearly every fishing tour.
We’re in construction mode, outfitting an old horse stable into our new headquarters, and working with BLUEwater Fish Camps to create a fully local fishing experience, room and board included.
Take the hassle out of planning your vacation. Let BLUEwater Fish Camp arrange your lodging at a local boutique hotel, or better yet, in our studio apartment right next to our new office. We’re in the middle of a remodeling this space to help you get comfortable. We want to make sure you’re ready to fulfill our fisherman’s creed: early to bed, early to rise, fish all day, make up lies.
Here are some photos of our first steps in creating your fishing sanctuary: