Day fourteen, we woke up and headed out to grab a breakfast of eggs, rice and beans, plantains, and yogurt.
I also ordered a tasty watermelon drink.
There are great deals at the markets, so I bought a sun dress for $8 and a few items for my friends.
Mick got a great haircut for $20.
While we waited for the haircut, a guy selling puppies showed up. Tempting but no.
I bought an inexpensive swimsuit and we hit the beach from there.
There was a festival for John the Baptist going on in the streets.
Apparently the festival goes on for the entire month of June.
A beauty contest was also going on, and the announcer and the music made it hard to miss.
It was Sunday so the church step was a good place to rest.
Because of the festivities it was loud in the streets and I had some trouble falling asleep that night.
San Juan del Sur is not as tranquil as Tambor, but it has its own appeal, particularly for surfers.
And back in the day, Mark Twain was known to vacation there.