Mexico

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This end of the beach appeared to have mostly locals enjoying themselves.
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I can remeber burying myself in the sand at Coney Island when I was a kid. Have you ever done that?
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One of the too many local boats used to fish by day and take tourists around in the evening on boating tours of the area at sunset.
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Casting a net into the surf in the hopes of landing bait fish to catch larger fish later.
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A local wandering around the beach with no particular destination in mind and just taking things in and enjoying them, just like us.
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One of the beach boogie-board rental guys returning his stuff to the storage area.
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Hiroko lettting the surf wash away the day's toe jam.
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Two young men and their dogs just hanging out watching the surf and the sun as it sinks into the sea.
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The beach strolling merchants headed home after a long hot day.
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Eye candy for me.
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Passing the time enjoying the surf with the child of his "mijo."
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The lighthouse on the point at dusk.
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The beautiful walking path along the shoreline that often surprised strollers with sudden waves.