Loreto Travel Blog› entry 12 of 17 › view all entries
August 26th, 2008 – by: msbee78
Have underwater camera will film, have snorkel will clam dig or so I thought LOL. So I am not sure I have this clam digging thing figured out just yet. We were in water about 4-9 feet deep I have my bag I think I can figure out where the clams are... look for two holes in the sand close together. Ok got it I think... ohhh man I see the holes this one is all mine here I go (that is after I figured out how to dive with a snorkel on - luckily my snorkel had this nifty thing on it that closes up when you go under the water.) so I reach for the clam, dig in the sand, dam it got away. I am a lot more buoyant then I should be for clam digging. So after a few hits & misses I think I was able to get about 5-6 LOL. Kyle got like 30-40.
Ok that was fun bring on the fish.
Chocolate clams time went back to Hotel Oasis to prepare for our shoot. They prepare the clams right on the beach with special herbs for taste. The clams were meticulously placed just so for full flavor. This will be my first time eating chocolate clams & wasn't sure what to expect. Let me just say they do not taste like chocolate so do not be fooled by the name. LOL We will be leaving tomorrow after some b-roll shots of town & heading out to this surfing spot before we hit up La Paz to catch the auto ferry to the mainland. Adios Loreto.
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