Walking to the south along Langosta Beach brings us to the spot where the Langosta Estuary empties into the ocean. The lifeguards at the Barcelo Langosta Resort have put up a red warning flag, although there is a swimmer in the mouth of the estuary in the distance who has ignored the warning.
Julie is surveying the scene, and will soon turn around. At low tide it is easy to walk across the estuary mouth and continue walking for miles along the beach. At high tide, however, it is best to turn around, as the walk along the shore up into the estuary will soon be blocked by mangrove thickets.
This week we have photos from the bottom of the Grand Canyon, including a photo of the endangered chubb fish, posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.