We borrowed bikes from the hotel, packed sunscreen and beach towels, and headed out to the fishing port down the road. Amongst a variety of rusty boats there were working fishing vessels, mostly private, but a few you could hire to take out sightseeing or fishing. The docks were covered with piles of fishing line and terracotta pottery. We were surprised to learn that the barnacle-encrusted pots connected by rope are used as octopus traps.
January Vernon and Brad Stell
Brad and January moved to New York from the mountains of Colorado. Brad works for a digital agency in Brooklyn. He travels to justify the purchase of an expensive digital SLR camera. January is a creative director at a New York City advertising agency. She travels to expand her worldview, get out of her comfort zone, and to learn all the different ways a toilet can flush.