Posts Tagged ‘banderas bay’
Despite evidence to the contrary every decade or two, locals in Banderas Bay, Mexico have long held an irrational belief that the high mountains around Puerto Vallarta make the place ‘hurricane proof.’ That may be the only way they can keep the huge development pipeline going in a place with constant growth and development.
The strongest storm in the history of recorded storms is going to test the Vallartans’ theory, and you can watch it all unfold, live, above. Best of wishes and hopes to all the Anarchists from Sayulita to Yelapa to Zijuatanejo. Thread here.
October 23rd, 2015 by admin
Banderas Bay’s biggest events finished up over the weekend, with Grand Illusion, Hamachi, and Bandida taking the MexORC trophies in the big boat racing and Mike Ingaham’s Digger winning against a tough J/24 fleet that includes multiple world champ Mauricio Santa Cruz in the Copa Mexico. We’d give you more info, but that would spoil your fun in figuring out a website that’s as easy to navigate (and full of unwanted music) as the streets of Tijuana! We’ll have more later this week from photographer/writer Jen Edney; her photo of the ORR1 fleet at the line is above.
March 31st, 2014 by admin