Sitting on the branch of a torote Colorado tree (Bursera microphylla) next to a large barrel cactus on Isla Santa Catalina in the Bahia de Loreto National Park, the Sea of Cortez and Baja Peninsula, Mexico.
After spending so much time under the full glare of the sun under permanently cloudy skies I became very brown. Fortunately my skin tans very quickly. When I was a young boy spending nearly every day at the beach during the summer holidays I became so dark that people were asking my parents if they had adopted me from India. Isla Monserrat and Isla Catalina were the farthest offshore islands that I paddled out to.
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- Duncan Murrell
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- Kayaking the Sea of Cortez, Mexico