The sunlight shone a brilliant mild on the island in entrance of us. As we pulled into the cove and shut off the boat’s engine, the turquoise h2o lapped towards the sides of the panga. The boat was quiet—each of the travellers dropped in the magnificence of what lay forward.
Espíritu Santo is no ordinary island. Off the southeastern coastline of Baja, Mexico, the island is just six miles absent from the city of La Paz, but once you get to the sheltered northwestern aspect of its shores, you come to feel hundreds of miles absent from civilization.
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